Nikon at the 2024 CES show

Here are some photos from the Nikon booth at the 2024 CES show (more pictures available here, some of the newly announced products at the CES show can be found here, and additional coverage is available here):

“Nikon’s robot vision harnesses superior visual capabilities beyond human capacity, enabling rapid and highly cognitive movements. It accomplishes tasks like picking up scattered components or performing assembly on moving workpieces in a shorter time, reducing the need for an extensive teaching process. This innovative product contributes significantly to streamlining manufacturing processes and automation.”

“Nikon’s precision processing technologies span various domains such as laser processing, laser radar, X-rays, and CT inspection devices. For example, exhibited at the booth is Riblet processing , a method forming intricate grooves using lasers on the surfaces of aircraft fuselages and wind turbine blades to minimize air resistance and contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. Also exhibited is additive manufacturing , which enables the addition of new parts or repairs to metal components. Each of these advances stands as a testament to Nikon’s manufacturing experience and expertise — a manifestation of its relentless pursuit of technologies that can bring transformative differences to the world.”

“Exhibited at the CES 2024 Nikon booth, TheUnrealRide has undergone upgrades since last year. Visitors can hop aboard a Jeep, enjoy traveling through a jungle backdrop projected on a massive LED screen, and capture images through an app. This attraction has become a massively popular experiential hotspot, attracting large crowds daily. Equipped with one of the latest imaging production solutions, Virtual Production, the Unreal Ride incorporates cutting-edge imaging technology from Nikon’s group company, MRMC, the high-speed camera robot BOLT X, and Nikon’s mirrorless camera Z9 . These advancements push the boundaries of imaging production to unprecedented levels, enabling shooting against any desired backdrop, regardless of time or location.”

“For the first time at CES, Nikon showcases its life science solutions, specifically the Healthcare Division’s pioneering business. In the areas of bioscience and medicine, Nikon contributes to the gaining of fresh insights through use of its high-resolution microscopes, enabling the observation of the structure and dynamics of live cells at the nanoscale. Moreover, in the fields of regenerative medicine and drugs, Nikon supports treatment and new drug development by evaluating cell quality using observation devices for cell cultures, and related services.”

“Exhibited at the event is the ODYSSEY smart astronomical telescope, marking the first reflecting telescope that doesn’t require manual adjustments. It enables anyone to easily enjoy viewing planets, stars and nebulae. Also, its distinctive technology, the fully automatic focusing system, delivers perfect sharpness even for celestial bodies millions of light-years away.”

Nikon exhibits at CES 2024: no longer about photography

Nikon at the 2024 CES show

Photos credit: Nikon

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