Kamakura, Japan — May 12, 2016 — 16Lab, developer of an ultra-small wearable device OZON™, announced that it has successfully conducted a demo at Sony’s Wearable World Congress booth in Santa Clara, California. Following to a demo at Sony’s SXSW special booth in March, the demo in Santa Clara was conducted as a part of Sony’s “Future Lab Program for Developers.” In the demo, the device was used as a controller for Sony’s new concept prototype.
Detail information about the program is provided at the following site:
Photos are uploaded at 16Lab’s Facebook page:
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16Lab is a startup which has gathered some of the best engineering minds from around the world in order to develop its ring-type wearable computing device as a next generation computing platform. 16Lab is a fabless company focusing on development resources in its core competence, such as an ultra-low power consumption technology and a super accurate 3D motion analyses. 16Lab has successfully built a development consortium of Engineering Partners with global-top level technology in all areas. Alps Electric, one of the leading manufacturers of electronic components, is a core partner. 16Lab is a recipient of the Japanese government’s subsidy program called the NEDO R&D Venture Support Program that supports highly competitive R&D-oriented innovative startups. Moreover, 16Lab was awarded top prizes at the Japan-UK Tech Awards 2015 and at the CEATEC Innovation Awards 2015 (Home Entertainment).