Early attractions at CES 2023: Here are the best innovations and products from the biggest tech show
CES 2023will start from 5 January to 8 January in Las Vegas.
- AI in an oven to air conditioner system disguised as wall art, there’s a ton of interesting tech to see at CES.
- Sony showcased a PS5 controller for players with disabilities.
AdvertisementConsumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023, is one of the biggest tech events and like every year, it has kicked off with the start of the new year in Las Vegas. After two years of virtual shows, the event has come on ground to showcase the best innovative technologies and products.
Now that CES 2023 has kicked off, Business Insider India will be rounding up all the innovative and interesting tech and products that are worth your attention.
In the coming days, we will be able to see a wave of smart and innovative products at CES 2023. For now, here are some of the early showcases that we have seen till now.
Samsung Bespoke AI Oven
Cooking was the one area not influenced by AI but with Samsung’s new
Also, this oven with AI capabilities can come handful for fitness enthusiasts as it can recommend meals based on your workout stats.
The Bespoke AI oven is currently available in Europe and will launch in the third quarter of 2023. The pricing is still unknown yet.
LG ArtCool Gallery air conditioner
Earlier, Sonos and IKEA build a speaker into a piece of wall art and LG has pulled the same trick with its new air conditioner. The LG’s new Artcool gallery air conditioner has a 27-inch LCD screen, which can display photos when sync in with the LG ThinQ app. It has a metallic rectangular shape that makes it more attractive.
It features a dual inverter compressor which apparently uses 70% less power when compared to traditional air conditioners. Other than this, it operates at low noise levels.
U-Scan is a new health tracker launched at CES 2023 that explores ways of discovering renal lithiasis and bladder cancer. It can also predict your ovulation window, hydration levels and nutrient levels. Other than this, it comes loaded with a thermal sensor, which means it can apparently detect when someone is using it or not.
The U-Scan is a puck-like sensor that attaches to your toilet seat and it has a price tag of $499.95.
Project Leonardo - controller Kit for PlayStation 5
PlayStation has revealed a new accessibility controller kit for PS4 and its codename is Project Leonardo. The project
Carbon nanotubes sensors
Developed by the University of Washington in collaboration with CoMotion, the Carbon nanotube sensors can detect the presence of human tissue up to 20 centimeters away. This technology will be used by Hyundai in cars for the gesture-controlled door handles, and gesture-controlled smart devices that can detect hand movements and translate them into commands.
Reusable breath test for Covid
The devices use simple cartridges that need to be changed after a positive result. It is designed to give results within 60 seconds.
The FRENZ Brainband is an AI-powered headband by Earable that tracks and stimulates your brain for better sleep. The band uses 7-in-1 sensing technology to help you sleep more efficiently and deeply. The band also offer an enhanced sleep report, nap timing, and more.
German Bionic Apogee robotic exoskeleton
This smart robotic exoskeleton helps in creating a safe workplace with a fully-connected AI-based design. It is created for physical labour workers, as it can offset up to 66 pounds of load. Other than this, it can be used to protect your body if you are in a physically demanding job.
Intel debuts with 13th Gen mobile processors for laptops and desktops at CES 2023
This AI tech may be able to generate 3D holograms on smartphones in real-time
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