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“HP’s innovation engine is alive and well,” declared CEO Meg Whitman at the 2012 HP Discover expo in Las Vegas last week.
As proof, she could point to the new technologies being featured at the event’s HP Labs Pavilion. In the research group’s first major presence at the annual meeting of HP partners, customers, and employees from throughout the Americas, HP Labs researchers showcased some of their most recent projects.
One of the star attractions at the HP Labs Pavilion at the HP Discover 2012 event in Las Vegas last week were the two big screens – one 2D and the other 3D – set up and run by members of HP Labs’ Mobile and Immersive Experience Lab: Henry Sang, Associate director of Immersive Technology, Nelson Chang, Principal Scientist, and Chris Willis, Program Manager.
Many of the visitors to the Labs booth stood mesmerized, with their 3D glasses on, by a truly remarkable 3D recording of an Earth, Wind and Fire concert captured by the team last year at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
Contributed by Charlie Bess, HP Fellow, Services and Solutions Research Lab
Earlier in my career I spent a bit of time looking at technology in the retail space. There, the consumer is king and it can be important to personalize products not just for types of consumers, but even down to the individual. In the past that was a very expensive proposition – but it may be no longer!