discover the 5 most unusual inventions presented at the show
The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, held in Las Vegas from January 5th to January 8th, revealed its share of surprises. A review of the most absurd innovations.
End of CES 2023. The largest exhibition dedicated to technological innovation, the Consumer Electronics Show, held annually in Las Vegas, USA, stopped its work on Sunday, January 8. For four days, visitors from all over the world could discover more or less useful and/or eccentric innovations. Anthology.
Printer to tattoo your eyebrows
Cosmetic printers were popular at CES 2023. For example, the L’Oréal company introduced the Brow Magic device, which allows you to tattoo from eyebrows to hair. Principle: the mobile application, above, allows you to perform tests according to the shape of your face. After choosing the model and color, the printer uses pressure sensors and cosmetic ink that should last for two days to draw the desired eyebrow. The device should be sold at a price between 149-199 euros by the end of the year.
At CES 2023, Samsung presented its most modern oven from the Bespoke series. What’s special about it? It is equipped with an artificial intelligence camera placed inside the oven. This technology allows not only to recognize cooked food and suggest cooking parameters, but also to take photos and videos of the food. Thus, the chef can see the cooking process in real time directly on his phone and, if necessary, turn off the oven remotely. No doubt food influencers will know how to use this technology to share recipe ideas with their social media followers. The device will soon be available across the Atlantic, but its price has not yet been announced.
Mask for silent calls
Need to make an urgent and confidential call on public transport or outdoors? Toulouse startup Skyted has developed technology that allows you to do this discreetly, even on a full metro train. The mask equipped with a sound absorber to be placed on the face offers the user an acoustic barrier that isolates him from the outside world and protects him from interference. This product is scheduled to go on sale at the end of the year.
A TV to stick anywhere, even windows
Where to hang your TV? The question may be controversial at home. If until then the only requirement was finding a way to plug it into a power outlet, this time it may soon be over thanks to American start-up Displace’s wireless TV. It is equipped with a battery that allows it to be moved as easily as desired and lasts for a month with a rate of use of 6 hours a day. Thus, the TV can be indifferently hung on the walls and windows of the rooms of the house with suction cups. Other small additions: can be combined to make a giant screen and reacts to hand movements. You don’t need a remote control to change channels. Marketing of this next-generation TV should begin in late 2023 in the US at a price of around $3,000.
Baby cry interpreter
The dream of young parents suffering from crying of their babies seems to have come true. Taiwanese tech company Quantum Music unveiled a “baby crying translator” at CES 2023 Q-bear. Hunger, fatigue, a dirty diaper or the need for a hug… According to the designer, the object can determine the reason for the baby’s moaning within ten seconds. Developed using artificial intelligence, the technology is based on crying patterns and is supposed to be more accurate depending on the usage. The release date has not yet been announced.
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