Designed for retailers and hotels, the new identification technology by NEC IT Solutions can identify famous faces.
The NEC Medias W features two 4.3-inch displays, allowing the user to utilize both for an extended screen or running separate apps.
To help stores refine their marketing strategies and target top spenders, NEC has developed technology that estimates shoppers' gender and age.
Digital advertising technology is being tested in Tokyo that recognizes age and gender and uses that information to tailor advertising content to individual viewers.
This targeted marketing technology offers a more personalized experience using a variety of local data.
A new "fruit identification system" allows consumers to know where the item comes from, without using bar-codes.
A report by the Center For Future Studies details the future of advertising, and how we are rapidly approaching it.
NEC and Soundpower recently debuted a prototype remote that operates without batteries.
Japan's NEC plans to launch a wearable optical device, named Tele Scouter, which projects translations of foreign languages directly on the wearer's retina.