The ongoing China Joy Games Conference is showcasing innovations, including high-speed refurbishment rates, AI optimization on distribution, and linear motors with bright and vibrating effects.
China’s largest display panel maker BOE showcases the latest sports display technologies and products.
In the Huya booth, the Boi has a prototype monitor model with a maximum 480 Hz refresh rate compared to 120 Hz or 144 Hz.
The eSports display is an important growth engine for the global market. For players, different refreshing amounts mean different “win or lose” results, said Boeing Vice President Cida.
The BOE has launched products in new technologies such as high quality rates, high quality image quality, custom configuration and green and health features. For example, BOEs have eye protection products because they often look at screens for more than 10 hours a day.
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Hua, China Broadcasting Forum, has shown more than 75 million monthly active users, technologies and innovations in gaming, distribution and artificial intelligence.
With their artificial intelligence facilitation, the YOWA Cloud Game Platform and a new space game round, Hua was the only broadcast partner for the first time.
ESports content, broadcasting technologies and talent are the “key triangles” for development, said Hong CEO Dong Rongji.
Hua uses AI technologies to improve distribution quality such as game management playback, smart editing, virtual anchors, automatic aesthetics and content verification features.
It makes it easy for Willowers to offer “online Chinese Joy visits”, which makes sense for the strict measures taken to prevent COVID-19.
New technologies, such as sensors and motors that provide optimized gaming experiences, have also been debated.
Companies such as technology providers AC and Tencent are developing industry standards for vibration products used in the gaming and digital entertainment sectors. Devices such as smartphones with AC’s latest X-axis linear motor can provide more vivid vibration effects in games.
HCCC Executive Vice President Kelvin Pan said the demand for high-quality interactions and immersive experiences, including touch and vibration effects, is growing in the mobile game and sports market.
Parts are used in a variety of smart devices such as phones and VR models. But one of the major challenges is the compatibility of all devices.
Companies such as Camera Giant Canon and Cinema Technology Company IMX were all represented at the show. It represents the integration of different industries.
The Chinese Joy, which was held at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Center in Ud Dung, will continue until Monday.