The projects will be displayed from January 8 until 11th, and it includes a variety of innovative solutions, such as: Tisplay, an in-video virtual ad service, “aiMO” an ASMR sound recording solution, Medeo, an instant video-making service, “Prismit” an AI news analysis service, “Perfume Blender” a custom perfume making service, “Girin Monitor Stand” an auto-adjusting monitor, “alight” an AI desk light, and “SnailSount” a hearing assistant solution.
Inkuk Hahn, the VP and head of the Creativity & Innovation Center at Samsung Electronics, comments on the C-Lab projects stating: “We will present promising C-Lab projects leveraging AI technologies in the field of video content creation, perfume making and more. These are deeply related to our daily lives and we hope to catch the eyes of attendees.”
Furthermore, eight spin-off startups from C-Lab will be showcasing their new commercial products at the CES events to expand their reach and explore new business opportunities. The startups are Mopic, Linkflow, Lululab, Welt, Cooljamm company, Monit, Bluefeel, and analogue plus.
C-Lab was created in December 2012 as an in-house idea incubation program to encourage creativity within corporates and nurture innovative ideas from Samsung employees. In 2015, they created the spin-off policy to enable Samsung employees who completed the C-Lab program launch their own startup.
The spin-off startups receive seed investment in addition to business consulting that will, in turn, help them accelerate their growth. In addition, the program guarantees independent management.