What happened at the CES?

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January 17, 2013
Technicolor demonstrated the combination of its innovative technologies and powerful in-house solutions
What happened at the CES?

This four-day international event, held from January 8th to 11th, was a stellar opportunity for Technicolor to highlight our latest innovations to our clients, partners and the press.  Hundreds of customers and prospects visited our 1,965 sq foot booth to discover our embedded technologies and in-home solutions which will enhance consumers’ Connected Lifestyle.

At this year’s show, the industry players put a major focus on Ultra HD (4K) and top-notch audio.  On Technicolor’s booth innovation was aplenty!

Notably, the launch of Qeo: Technicolor’s new software framework for smarter home solutions.

Qeo offers NSPs valuable opportunities to enhance their customers’ digital life while developing new revenue streams and minimizing operational costs and support needs.

Technicolor’s unique Biological Signals demonstrations also attracted exciting attention. This demonstration showed a framework to detect emotional events/highlights of a movie from physiological information.

Also in the limelight, our new applications regarding color - CineStyle™ Color Assist and Certification – which bring Academy Award™ winning color science to every consumer.

They are available through app-stores and certified for every screen from smartphones to TVs. You can also directly go to our CineStyle website.

Technicolor Color Assist

Our amazing multi-screen services make it possible to seamlessly deploy content and applications across all devices and create real-time interactions that can deliver new revenue streams. We showcased demos from M-GO and Magic Ruby. 

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