HONG KONG — Origami Labs is previewing its next-generation, visual-free mobile-computing product, oflo at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2020 — taking place in Las Vegas January 7 to 10.
Inspired by the founder’s visually impaired father, Origami Labs’ team first experimented with ways to make interacting with phones screen-free and launched ORII in 2017. ORII is a voice-assistant ring that combines bone conduction and a voice assistant, allowing the user to control their devices screen-free.
oflo follows the recent success of ORII and is built on the belief businesses can leverage the same idea, using gesture- and audio-based technology to increase the team’s efficiency while maintaining discreetness and awareness needed for service. The new product features multi-channel team communication and advanced analytics, with audio log and instant translation set to be available soon.
Through this product, the company aims to redefine the guest experience, streamlining operations and advancing the way teams communicate, coordinate and handle conflict.