Wagz has three new products to help create better lives for your pets in a digital world. One is a collar with LTE tracking and an HD camera. Also a smart pet door that only lets your pet in and out. Lastly, a device to humanely keep Fluffy out of certain areas of your home. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Varram’s pet robot is designed to let you remotely interact with your real pet. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Formlabs, a company that produces 3D printers for professionals, has released two new products that can be printed on their hardware. One is a material to print dentures, and the other is an elastic-like material that can be used for printing various flexible pieces. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Lululab has developed an AI-based product that will take an image of your face, analyze it and recommend what product or products you might need to achieve healthier skin. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The automotive floor for CES offered holographic screens for cars, a autonomous helicopter, and electric vehicles. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Hyundai Mobis aims to free you from actually driving.
Visitors to CES can pick up a coupon at the AutoX booth that will get them a hamburger delivered by AutoX’s autonomous vehicle.
App Shows You Your “Skin Score” And Lets Your Virtually Try On Makeup. (Janna Karel/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Seoul-based parent technology company Monit’s diaper sensor can alert parents to a full diaper. (Bailey Schulz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kiki from Zoetic is a robotic pet that can be trained and will learn as you teach it. Kiki has cameras and facial recognition so it will learn who its owner is, versus other faces. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)