CEATEC Japan 2011

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Visitors have their hands on Sony’s binoculars, capable of high-quality digital recording in 2D and 3D during Ceatec Japan 2011, one of the largest electronics and information technology trade shows in Asia, held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 4, 2011. A total of 586 firms and groups are participating in this year’s event, 30 less than the previous year. The organizer expects to draw about 200,000 visitors during the five-day show. (Photo by AFLO)

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Visitors crowd the booth of Japan’s NTT DoCoMo on the opening day of the Ceatec Japan 2011, one of the largest electronics and information technology trade shows in Asia, at the Makuhari convention center in Chiba, east of Tokyo, on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. The Japanese telecom giant displayed a smartphone with changeable “jackets” that measure bad breath, body fat and even radiation levels. (Photo by AFLO)

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A model shows off a NTT DoCoMo’s smartphone with a changeable jacket,  which measures alcohol on breath on the opening day of the Ceatec Japan 2011, one of the largest electronics and information technology trade shows in Asia, at the Makuhari convention center in Chiba, east of Tokyo, on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. The Japanese telecom giant has developed a technology that allows users to measure their own body readings or even radiation levels by slipping their smartphones inside sensor-embedded shells. (Photo by AFLO)