Currently own a provisional patent for BluScu, and it's technoligy. BluScu is a technology thar is extremely cheap to produce, and will forever be implemented on every remote controlled electronic once I release, my patent to the buyer. This technology allows a person to push a button on the button panel of their electronic device, be it hdtv, bluray, home theatre, game console, anything with remote control, and have the remote send a series of audible beeps to alert the consumer to it's misplaced remotes position. The BluScu will be implemented, BluScu is owned by me, as of right now, it is still for sale. Who would like to see SONY obtain this technology to implement on their devices? I know that most of us consumers, would definately appreciate this technology. NO MORE SEARCHING FOR REMOTES!!! My email is email@example.com for any corporate responses.
Our idea is called Ear-Ties. Ear-Ties are earphones connected to a hair tie and it covers your ear so people won't know your listening to music. The purpose or the spark that started it all , was that students could listen to music without getting notice or in trouble in school . This would be a big interest in high school and middle school girls . Ear-Ties come in different black, pink, purple, blue, yellow, green, brown, and blonde . I hope you guys enjoyed our invention EAR-TIES !
Illumination of PS Vita Control buttons and light sensor. The buttons would only illuminate during low light. This feature could be turned on or off in the settings. L, R, O, X, triangle and square would all illuminate in low light. This would also help the front facing camera for PS4 Cross-play games. I have had the PSP, and older PS Vita with the new slim verision was hoping for illumiated buttons.
Device that I could connect to my TV with HDMI and synchronzie it with my tablet or smartphone via NFC. In order to play games, music, movies, view photos on a bigger screen. It shouldn't be big, just small plug-in powered from TV or maybe USB.
A thought occured to me about Sony's phones earlier today. The thing is as much as I love them I feel that they need to dig deeper to offer both an amazing experience that is fluid such as stock Android but feels like is getting augmented by the unique offerings by Sony such as their Music Unlimited (They are in the music business,), Video Unlimited (They make movies.), and they have various other services such as their gaming, TV, and photgraphy divisions. But its hard to get what you think of as a good value when things don't work as they probably should. For example an easy and convenient way to buy movies and tv shows from your Xperia phone or tablet just like you would on a PS3 or PS4. It currently is not that way and detracts I feel from the overall experience. Recently there have been talks of Cyanogenmod being in talks for further investment or even looking to be sold to a potential buyer. While Sony is in the process of turning around their company to end their current cycle of losing money it may be of interest to them to make certain purchases for longterm growth and profit. Cyanogenmod, Swiftkey, and even various other app and even some hardware makers may be what they need. I can't help but feel that the already significant quality that is present in the Xperia line of phones and tablets could be augmented in certain key areas to unify the Sony ecosystem and give the customer a potential value that other competitors would be hard pressed to even begin to match. A unique offering of Sony exclusive content but without the forced use of that content put in tandem with the Google store would give the feeling of choice and levage Sony assets to give a reason to committ to buying through Sony instead of Google and others. What does every think and more importantly if someone from Sony cares to comment what does Sony think that is not just a polite and neutral response?
Publishing SDK for in-camera APIs and allowing installation of Apps from non-Sony sources would make the cameras vastly more versatile tools, and free Sony camera department resources for concentrating on kick-****** hardware and basic firmware functionality, while satisfying the needs of users that have more specialized needs.
CHDK and Magic Lantern firmware hacks for Canon cameras show the potential of this, and with manufacturer support, this kind of extensibility would be even better. Samsung is also taking things in this direction with Galaxy NX, and right now they have no competition - you already have the technology to do the same, don't ruin it by being too restrictive.