Technology Integrator Heads to CES Unveiled, 2017 Edition
The first official day of CES—for us press folk anyway—got under way on Tuesday at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. After a day of press conferences and trends reports from the Consumer Technology Association, the media lined up in anticipation for CES Unveiled, an annual pre-CES event that gives the media and exhibitors the opportunity to get face to face. It’s a crowded but awesome experience, getting an early look at some of the products that will hit the market in the coming months.
Here’s a look at some of the things that stood out from our walk around the CES Unveiled show floor.
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A new Westinghouse set, launching this spring, will introduce Amazon's Alexa voice assistant in a whole new light. The TV will be available in 43", 50", 55" and 65".
The IQbuds, in conjunction with the IQbuds App, lets the user personalize their own listening experience.
Aura uses wireless signals that are invisible to the human eye to monitor motion, and will send a notification to your smartphone when there is unexpected movement.
VR "innovations" were certainly on display at CES Unveiled. Here, one company uses a fan and unique system to simulate skydiving.
The Hover Camera Passport is a folding drone encased in carbon fiber that can float for up to 10 minutes. Zero Zero Robotics said their facial recognition technology will allow the drone to track a subject while shooting photos and 4K video.
Crazybaby displays Mars, its auto levitating speaker. LG recently released a competing model, expanding the marketplace for the futuristic speakers.
Perfant debuts its 360 camera smartphone attachment.
Helia, the first consumer product by Soraa, replicates the differences in natural sunlight throughout the day to promote a healthier sleep environment.
Taclim is a set of VR shoes and gloves that are capable of detecting user movements as input and translating in-VR action to real world haptic output.
HyperX debuts new keyboards, headphones, and its first mouse.
The Yumii robot is a "collaborative platform" that gives users a catalogue of activities and services. It's intended to help caregivers keep up to date with their elder family members.
Cor Home Automation displays a connected home capable of offering energy savings.