Tomorrow, Exertis Alamo, a North American AV distributor, will be taking over Santa Clara on the next stop to its 2023 E4 Experience show. The show is set to feature displays of the hottest new products from over 45 exhibitors from across the consumer tech sector including LG, Sony, Samsung, Sennheiser, Panasonic, and Epson America. The California event will also feature first-time exhibitors Xilica and MicroTouch. Last month’s E4 Experience event in Dallas drew over 500 attendees.
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In other news, the California-based manufacturer Cleer Audio has announced that it will add a new black finish to its ALPHA wireless noise-canceling headphone, which was given a 2022 CES Innovations Honoree Award. The Alpha headphone features adaptive active noise canceling technology and spatial audio with Dirac Virtuo immersive sound. Regarding the new color addition, Cleer President and CEO Patrick Huang said in the company’s press release: “The biggest request from our dealers and customers was to make the ALPHA in black. We listened and now delivered.”
Lastly, according to analytics firm MarketsandMarkets, the 3D Camera market is expected to grow to $9.1 billion by 2028. Currently, the global market is estimated to be worth $3.6 billion and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.3 percent over the next five years. 3D cameras capture multiple points of view from different angles and can be used for everything from creating supply chain and logistics solutions to virtual avatars.
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