CEATEC 2013 wrap-up: self-driving cars, moon-walking simulators and DoCoMo's 'Intelligent Glass'

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Mat Smith
October 6th, 2013
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CEATEC 2013 wrap-up: self-driving cars, moon-walking simulators and DoCoMo's 'Intelligent Glass'

This year's CEATEC was a bit quieter than previous years, perhaps due to the lack of brand new consumer products. Fortunately, the show managed to substitute in plenty of future tech demos, while Nissan made more progress on the promise of a self-driving car and Japanese carrier DoCoMo offered up its vision for a wearable future through a handful of real-world demos. Dragon Quest smartphones, moon walking simulators and new solid-state hydrogen fuel cells rounded out the week's discoveries. Check out all the coverage after the break. Mata rainen!

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Honda UNI-CUB vs. Toyota Winglet: the battle of human transporters at CEATEC

Nissan's autonomous Leaf shows its smarts on Japanese test track

Sharp's first Windows 8 tablet has 10.1-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 IGZO display and water resistance

Japanese carrier DoCoMo demos 'Intelligent Glass' wearable at CEATEC 2013

NTT DoCoMo's vision of '5G' wireless: 100x faster than LTE, but not until 2020

Dragon Quest Metal Slime smartphone revealed by DoCoMo, looks more metal than slime

Moon walker demo lets wannabe astronauts feel 0.17G (video)

The AI Plate is a floating touchscreen interface

Rohm showcases colorful solid hydrogen-source fuel cell chargers at CEATEC

Elliptic Labs releases ultrasound gesturing SDK for Android, will soon integrate into smartphones

Huawei's UltraStick is a 3G SD card with no storage, has slot for a nano-SIM

Toshiba bakes TransferJet file transfer and wireless charging into touchscreen kiosk

Toshiba's TransferJet adapter does high-speed video transfer from micro-USB, smartphone chip coming next year

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