Hyundai Motor will converge robotics and metaverse with mobility at CES 2022

[Source: Hyundai Motor Co.]

Hyundai Motor Co. will share its future vision for robotics and the metaverse under the theme “Expanding Human Reach” at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 which runs January 5-8 in Las Vegas, US.

Its press event will take place a day earlier on January 4 to be broadcast live on the company’s YouTube channel.

The South Korean automaker plans to show how its robotic technology will drive the paradigm shift towards future mobility beyond traditional means of transportation.

The concept of object mobility will also be revealed with the new Plug & Drive robotic module platform, which aims to provide mobility for everything from traditionally inanimate objects to community spaces.

Hyundai Motor will explain how robotics will complement the metaverse by connecting the virtual world to reality as a medium. Robotic product lines for display include the Mobile Excentric Droid (MobED) and Boston Dynamics ‘Spot and Atlas’.

[Source: LG Display Inc.]

[Source: LG Display Inc.]

Screen maker LG Display Inc. to present two new product concepts of “Virtual Ride” and “Media Chair” to demonstrate how its flexible OLED technology will create new and different lifestyles at the world’s largest device exhibition appliances.

The Virtual Ride is a futuristic indoor stationary bike with three vertical 55 inch OLED displays that deliver lifelike colors with vivid picture quality to make users feel like they are cycling outdoors like in a forest or in the countryside. street of a European village.

Doosan will take Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, Doosan Bobcat, Doosan Fuel Cell, Doosan Industrial Vehicle and Doosan Robotics to promote their eco-friendly energy business with an emphasis on the production and use of hydrogen and others future technologies for automation and unmanned operation.

By Seo Jin-won, Park Jae-young, Moon Kwang-min and Lee Ha-yeon

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