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Press Release 13-001
Eureka Park Returns

More than 150 young companies to showcase prototype technology in the return of the Eureka Park Tech Zone at CES

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A water droplet on a waterproofed circuit board.

The photo shows a water droplet on a printed circuit board that had been coated in Integrated Surface Technologies' RPX-540 system with the Repellix super-hydrophobic nanocomposite coating. The water contact angle is more than 165 degrees, when measured on polished silicon with a goniometer. Water cannot spread and cause damage to the electrical components, it simply bounces off. The connectors are equally protected, without masking them.

Credit: Integrated Surface Technologies, Menlo Park, CA


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The Eudoxus" mobile, 3D-embedded-vision device.

Eudoxus", a technology from RoadNarrows, is a mobile, 3D-embedded-vision device that merges depth and camera information with orientation information to provide a real-time stream of data for mapping and autonomous navigation applications. Watch a video depicting this system in use.

Credit: RoadNarrows LLC


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This photo shows a hybrid in-ear monitor-hearing aid technology from Asius.

This photo shows a hybrid in-ear monitor-hearing aid, a technology from Asius. The listening device incorporates the companys Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens (ADEL) bubble technology that improves comfort for the wearer while improving sound quality over many traditional listening devices. The hybrid in-ear monitor-hearing aid is a musical hearing aid  a device that provides wearers the fidelity musicians require while lessening in-ear fatigue.

Credit: Stephen Ambrose, Asius Technologies, LLC


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Photograph of the UV Pearl".

Photograph of the UV Pearl", the world's first UV-C LED disinfection system, commercialized by Dot Metrics business partner Aquionics Inc. The UV-Pearl" is a compact design that utilizes highly efficient UV-C LEDs for the disinfection of water. Its unique size and features allow it to be integrated into other water treatment systems, or as a stand-alone disinfection system.

Credit: Aquionics Inc./Dot Metrics Tech


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A screen shot depicting Affdex.

A screen shot depicting Affdex, a technology from Affectiva that analyzes peoples facial expressions, detects their emotions and translates them into powerful information that allows content providers to better understand and connect with their audience.

Credit: Elina Kanan, Affectiva


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blanks made from extremely pure barium fluoride, crafted by Fairfield Crystal.

These blanks are made from extremely pure barium fluoride, crafted by Fairfield Crystal using proprietary crystal growth techniques and other proprietary source-purification technology. Manufacturers can fabricate the resulting high-purity single crystals into high-performance optical components suitable for commercial, industrial and military applications.

Credit: Fairfield Crystal Technology


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A Cyton Gamma 1500 reaching into a server chassis for inspection. The robot shown has seven control axes and one gripper degree of freedom. Its use is enabled using Energid's software for manipulation and grasping.

Credit: Energid Technologies Corporation

 

TetraVue created this 3D video file from the rendered imagery and range dataset file that was recorded using their technology at a frame rate of 15 frames per second of a floor fan operating at full speed. The depth resolution is approximately 2 millimeters and the camera position may be adjusted during playback.

Credit: TetraVue.2011

 



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