By >Daimaou - G.G-B
[Eco Product 2010] Sony 13.3 flexible E-Paper, Hana-Mado, RayModeler and Recycled plastic goods
Today at Tokyo Big Sight, was held the “Eco Product 2010” show where Japanese companies displayed their latest eco-goodies, research and prototypes.
Today the Giant SONY had small, yet very interesting booths where we discovered some pretty cool stuff including:
Sony 13.3 flexible E-Paper.
Disclosed to the public for the very first time, and being a prototype there are still very few information available on this E-paper device. Featuring E Ink Corp’s E-paper technology, this prototype offers a 640 x 480 resolution on 13.3”.
With the Hana-Mado, Sony hopes to bring DSSC or Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell, a low-cost solar cell technology to the masses, by covering your regular glass windows surface by DSSC. Such solution would bring “Solar Technology” to anyone without much modification or heavy work on their current houses.
Finally Sony believes that such solution could one day be capable to provide enough energy to power one or several AC during summer.
Sony’s RayModeler 3D Display.
Introduced this summer, Sony’s RayModeler, a 3D glass-free 3D display, offers a 360-dregree view of any video / objects.
The RayModeler, thanks to eight camera, captures objects in 45-degree separation before being re-interpolated to create a continuous 360-degree motion image.
Sony build your PSP3000 and Alpha DSLR with Recycled CDs.
Sony introduced on several Alpha DSLR like the A55 as well on its PSP3000 several internal and external plastic parts made entirely on recycled plastic and recycled CDs/DVDs. While the PSP only feature a few of these recycled plastic parts, the Sony Alpha 55, comes with none the less than 18 different parts made from recycle CDs or DVDs. Ultimately Sony hope to bring more and more of these recycle plastic in its entire line-up of electronic devices including future PSP models, Bravia TVs or Vaio PCs.