It seems that our roots in wearable virtual reality are coming back into vogue. On March 10 and 11, David Frerichs will be on a panel and giving a class at the Wearables Tech Conference in Santa Clara, CA. The panel is a gathering to discuss the upcoming impact of artificial reality. The class is about using voice-controlled avatars in wearable user experience design. If you are at the show, please be sure to check them out.
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Based on over 15 years of experience leveraging cloud services for consumer electronics, he will give insight into the specific benefits and difficulties facing auto, TV, and other device makers today as they work to bring the features of the cloud into their products.
Impact of the Cloud on the CE Industry Wednesday, January 8, 2014, 5:15-6 p.m. LVCC, North Hall N262
Hope to see you there!
Announced in January 2012, Scion has released the BeSpoke infotainment system with the first shipments of the new Scion FR-S sports model. While Media Tuners did not have a hand in the actual iPhone client software or the head-unit hardware, we did have a strong hand in Pioneer's Zypr API for voice-controlled Internet service mashups, which leverages our MT-One technology. In addition, this new deployment features our tuner2 internet radio service.
Sensis, a subsidiary of the Australian telcom company Telstra, announced today that it is working with Media Tuners to deploy SASi, a voice controlled Internet services platform for automotive and mobile applications. Leveraging MT-One, SASi will give drivers unified access to weather, social networking, traffic, local search, and other features.
Today Pioneer announced the production release of Zypr, the platform for aggregated Internet services. Built using MT-One technology, Media Tuners is proud to be part of a sea-change in the way the Internet is experienced on devices. In addition to the core, unique benefits of a unified, category based API and a complete voice services stack, Zypr has the added benefit of being totally free to developers and end users. In fact, Pioneer goes one step further and actually pays developers a share of revenue earned on their apps. This ad-supported model turns the economics of the automotive market on its head and opens a new door of rapid innovation.