The Dogness group has developed a robot pet that can be controlled with an app over WiFi. A pet owner can use it to communicate with their animal, feed it treats and take photos. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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)
CES 2019 opened today at the Las Vegas Convention Center to huge crowds and dazzling technology.
This new wearable from L’Oréal allows the wearer to discover their personal pH. Along with the app, a person can then find out what products they need to build healthier skin.
While CES offers the latest technology for TVs, video games and virtual reality, the convention also showcases products for parents. These products help ease the worries many first-time parents have when they are expecting or have already delivered their babies.
Specdrum rings turn colors into sounds
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.
The DFree sensor uses ultrasound technology to tell a person when they have to use the restroom.