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用一个实例来找寻CES参展商的采购邮箱,VR设备商Rink Technology

Rink Technology
在下面的帖子里,ctrl+f搜索Rink Technology 就能看到这个公司,还有它本次在ces的展品
http://bbs.fobshanghai.com/thread-6299990-1-1.html




VR产品真是当今的潮流产品,许多公司都杀入这个行业。

那么我们就找一下这个公司 Rink Technology

开始操作

1. 懒人工具里输入 Rink Technology 提交后点 搜索linkedin是否含有 Rink Technology  的墙内搜

结果里并不很理想,可能这个公司太新了,在搜索框手工给Rink Technology加了“”,变成“Rink Technology” ,其他部分不变,再次搜索,发现最后一条最接近,点击进去却发现是一个人群的列表,再次拷贝“General Developer at RINK Technology” 调整搜索,结果还是一样。纳闷,怎么回事?

在google找不到这个公司的时候,果断直接在linkedin里搜索这个公司名 Rink Technology,这次出现一个信息,发现这个人已经从该公司离职,原来他们公司的技术负责人,难怪上面2次搜索不到,估计是有关联。

Rio Bastian
Software Engineer at PT MetraPlasa (a Joint Venture company of Telkom Indonesia & eBay International AG)
    Indonesia
    Computer Software
Past:  CTO, General Developer at RINK Technology
https://id.linkedin.com/in/riobastian

从他简历里可以看出,他是印尼的。那RINK Technology是他和朋友刚工作时候搞的项目,但和VR似乎不相关。

2. 再次回到ces页面,查看这个公司的信息,发现竟然是一个韩国公司。
http://ces16.mapyourshow.com/7_0 ... amp;featureid=1632#

Rink Technology
129 Samsung-ro Yeongtong-gu
Suwon-si
Gyeonggi-do 16677
South Korea
http://www.rinktech.co

所以方向不对了,公司重名而已。

然后在ces页面还发现了contact信息

Yongjin Cho
contact.rink@gmail.com

所以我们只是用懒人绕了一下,回到ces页面直接找到了联系方式。

这个文字描述过程,只是希望大家了解找客户是不容易的,需要在迷茫的时候多坚持一下,说不定下一秒就出来了

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去到该公司官网看了一下,非常简单,可能因为这个产品太新了,有一个邮箱同1楼的,还有一个facebook页面 http://www.facebook.com/rinktech

顺便说一下这个网站 是用免费开源建站程序wordpress建站的,做出了很大气潮流产品的感觉

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因为VR产品太新,出于学习,我继续发掘搜索

google里输入 Yongjin Cho  rink tech 看看能查到这个人的信息。

1. 新闻发现这个公司竟然和三星的产品交集了
Samsung Creative Labs demos Rink VR controller at CES

We told you that if not smart home, 2016 will be the year of virtual reality. The VR era has just started but we know it’s going to expand as more companies and developers are diving into this thing. Numerous apps and VR devices were introduced last year but they’re not enough for us to say that the virtual realm is already “there”.


Good thing there are groups who are interested to advance virtual reality. For one, Samsung, via the Samsung Creative Lab, has given birth to a project that is expected to bring VR to the next level. If Microsoft has the Garage Project, this Samsung Creative Lab is the tech giant’s venue where employees can work on their ideas and projects.



The latest project being shown off at this week’s CES is the Rink—a new pair of wireless controllers for VR headsets available in the market. This one uses magnetic field tracking and IR that connects with a special emitter box on top of a TV or computer monitor.

The Samsung Gear VR is being tested to work with the Rink but any VR viewer should be supported by this controller that fits the palm. Fingers are free to move so that means you can even type on a virtual keyboard if there is a need.

The Rink VR controller certainly has potential. Yongjin Cho, creator of Rink, said that its future will ultimately depend on Samsung. The company may have to see first how the public reacts to the Rink. The South Korean tech giant is one of the forerunners in the virtual reality business rolling out the Gear VR and teaming up with developers to create more games and experiences.

Aside from VR headsets and apps, there is a need for VR controllers and this is where Rink comes in. Oculus already has the Rift VR headset and the Oculus Touch controllers were just introduced. The latter have yet to arrive and so Samsung has more time to catch up.

As with other VR headsets and controllers, the Rink still needs a lot of refining. We’re still in the early stages of virtual reality but Samsung has an edge now with the Rink. Let’s see if and when the company will finally put interactive virtual reality on the map.
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Rink first look: Gaming with the Samsung Gear VR controllers
CES 2016: Get your Iron Man on with these gesture accessories for mobile VR



Samsung's C-Lab incubator has been busy at CES 2016, showing off a health monitoring belt and Tip Talk, which lets you hear calls and audio messages by pressing your finger to your ear.

Also here under the C-Lab banner is Rink, a pair of handheld, gesture based controllers for the Samsung Gear VR. The device could be spun out into its own startup, like Tip Talk via Innomdle Lab, or developed in-house at Samsung, according to its creator, senior engineer Yongjin Cho who took a year out to create and develop the rink prototype.

Read this: The wackiest wearables of CES

We say - build it, one way or the other. We're pretty sure most, if not all, Gear VR owners would buy an accessory like this.



Here's how they work - you slide each hand into the middle of each wireless C-shaped controller and grip the cushioned segment.

I wouldn't say it's the most comfortable on the hand right now, it's quite tight, but Rink is certainly more manageable than the HTC Vive controllers, for instance. Even the new, redesigned ones. It allows you to move your hands freely rather than worry about dropping the controllers. Think of them as a fairly polished, yet simplified Oculus Touch for mobile VR.

I played a fun demo where I shot at overhead planes Iron Man style by moving my hands to aim, closing my hand into a fist then quickly opening my palm out to fire energy blasts. I could see visuals of each hand on screen in the virtual scene and overall, it was quick to respond and illustrate my swipes and tilts. The demo ran well with no problems, though we've seen some reports of bugs - hey, it's a prototype.



One of the rink controllers did get pretty hot by the end of my short demo, at which point we decided to call it quits.

The set up requires a small unit on top of the Gear VR headset - Rink uses both infrared and a magnetic field for positional and 360 degree gesture tracking. But it's not too heavy or bulky and we're sure this isn't the final design.

As well as the single demo the team were showing off at CES, Cho and his fellow engineers say that Rink can track individual finger gestures and allow users to interact with virtual objects. So there's clearly more to come.

What's great about Rink is that it brings a version of high end VR controls to a $99 headset which so far relies on head tracking, a touchpad and Bluetooth gamepads. The team is referring to them as mobile VR controllers, too, opening up the possibility of compatibility with Cardboard headsets or any new Gear VR rivals we might see later in 2016. Samsung, if you're listening, Rink is a winner. We'd like a pair ASAP please.

http://www.wareable.com/vr/rink- ... -controllers-review

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Close Up With ‘Rink’, Gear VR’s Prototype Motion Controller



We caught up with the developers of Rink, a new wireless motion controller that uses a combination of magnetic field enabled positional tracking and infra-red finger tracking.


Here’s a closer look at the new motion controllers which we wrote about recently, in development as part of the Samsung C-Labs incubator program, an initiative to encourage exploration and development of new technologies. It’s the brainchild of Yongjin Cho, a Senior Engineer at Samsung’s Creativity Lab



We have a more detailed hands-on coming soon, but we thought you might take a high resolution look at the controllers, which are surprisingly well finished for prototype hardware.

The rink system comprises two handheld ‘money clip’ style controllers and one basestation. The two hand units connect via bluetooth LTE to the Gear VR, the basestation is, in essence, a dumb magnetic field generator. The handheld controllers do most of the work, using the relative strength of the magnetic field generated by the basestation to gauge position in space.







In addition, the rink controller have IR LED sensors that fire towards your fingers and are able to detect the flexing of your digits.

We’ll be back with our impressions later, but we’ll leave with you with these high-res shots to pore over in the mean time.

http://www.roadtovr.com/close-up ... -motion-controller/

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