Mixologiq has developed a machine that claims to make any cocktail. It will cut the fruit, crush the ice and pour the liquor and/or juice. The company is as CES hoping to raise money to get the machine in production. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Botboxer is designed as an AI boxing opponent. It is able to detect your swings and dodge hits. The bot can be “worn out” so you can actually knock it out. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
People attending CES 2019 and working the event talk about their experiences at the event and tell others what to expect.
Uber plans to begin the testing phase of its uberAIR program in 2020 in Los Angeles and Dallas. The service will use Bell’s “Bell Nexus” flying vehicle, which debuted Tuesday at CES in Las Vegas.
Meet “Forpheus” an artificially intelligent machine that works as a table tennis tutor.
Selfly Camera delivers a flying cell phone camera case that operates like a drone and is controlled by smart phones that could be available in 30 days.
Hypervision’s 3-D holographic televisions caught the attention of those visiting CES as one of the more stunning visual displays and are also part of Criss Angel’s newest show in Las Vegas.
Steven Tan from Unis Technology explains how Table Pong attempts to bridge generations together at CES 2019.
FoldiMate showcases a machine that can fold your clothes for you at CES 2019. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jewel Nightclub at Aria presented the CES C Space Party Monday night to provide networking opportunities for influencers in media, marketing and entertainment. Among the guests were Avinash Bansal and Chiraag Kapil of Leaf Wearables, a safety gadget disguised as a pendant, which won the million dollar Xprize. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto