What do the video game Tetris, a CD player, and an HD TV have in common? All three were introduced to the general public for the first time during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the world's largest technology show. Once again this year you will find thousands of novelties, and we have already spotted these amazing novelties on the site.
Self-driving stroller with rocking (3000 euros)
Don't just say “stroller” to Glüxkind. Anyone who has ever had to push such a thing up a mountain knows that it takes a great deal of effort. This model works like a pedal-assisted electric bike. If you push, the Glüxkind easily drives itself by providing power with an electric motor.
The company itself says it is trying to estimate your “direction of travel” using artificial intelligence. “We paid aid. Do you ride an electric bike? This is what it looks like. “The harder you push, the better you support yourself,” says Jeffrey To.
The fact that the stroller is motorized has the great added bonus that you can activate a slow 'back and forth' motion with the touch of a button that rocks your baby a little. Our tested example was also equipped with lighting so that it stands out when you “drive” along the public road. All this beauty costs 3000 euros.
The fastest grill in the world (3200 euros)
Preparing a tender piece of meat is an art that not everyone can master. Moreover, it may take some time. So SEERGRILLS is introducing a grill at CES that uses artificial intelligence and a unique system with all kinds of heating elements to solve it all for you: put a piece of steak in the thing, point it at the touchscreen and make a Perfecta in less than two minutes (or so the company promised us Manufacturer) with a delicious piece of meat.
“NeuralFire technology is a combination of the art and science of cooking with highly advanced hardware and software,” says Suraj Sudhera in a long conversation in which he tries to convince us that 3200 is not too much to ask for. “You should know that you are also saving a lot of time by using our technology, and time It costs money too. So what is expensive?
Mouth mask against eavesdropping (399 euros)
Whether you are a businesswoman, or work in the army or state security: Skyted is at your fingertips. You place the device over your mouth like a face mask, and suddenly no one can hear what you're saying. Except of course your conversation partner on the other end of the line, or the walkie-talkie in the case of soldiers. The French military has already purchased the device and Skyted worked with the French space agency to develop it. The “wired” version costs 399 euros, and if you want to get the wireless version you have to pay 599 euros.
Smart mat for sick pets
The Carepet is aimed at owners of four-legged friends who want to keep their best friend healthy. Sometimes a dog will have complaints that you as an owner are not immediately aware of. Such as breathing problems or irregular heartbeat. Carepet monitors this while Blacky sleeps on the rug, sending data to your smartphone and perhaps also to your vet if something goes wrong.
Application to find the remote control (free)
The visually impaired and blind people experience some specific inconveniences. For example, they have difficulty finding objects moved by someone else in the house; If they were not simply put back in place, they would simply not be able to look around the room. The Oorion app can then help: it uses the smartphone's camera to search, for example, for the TV remote and directs the user to where it is.
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