Guide: As the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES exhibits products that are both future-oriented conceptual products and niche products that address the needs of today’s needs. The emergence of such products can be said to change life for technology. A good interpretation. The editor here is a part of it, let’s take a look.
As the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES exhibits products that are both future-oriented conceptual products and niche products that address a certain type of demand. The emergence of such products can be said to be a good life for technology. Interpretation. The editor here is a part of it, let’s take a look.
Women’s Friends Olay Smart Beauty Stick
In 2019, CES Consumer Electronics Show was officially launched in the United States today. The skin care brand Olay demonstrated its FaceNavi smart beauty bar product. Smart Wand is a handheld device that uses electromagnetic pulses to transform Olay cream into skin care. It is officially known to treat facial edema, wrinkles, sagging, discoloration, and uneven skin.
The reason why this product is called “smart” is because it is associated with an App, through this “Olay Oil Skin Consultant”, enter your name and year of birth, and then take a selfie. The app will judge and ask if you have any special concerns, such as dark circles, sagging skin, wrinkles, etc., and then tell your skin age.
Olay claims that the app itself uses machine learning to read each face, and the age and problem areas are judged accurately. On-site Olay staff said that the system will not underestimate or overestimate the user’s expected age, so that they can spend crazy because of shame…
After the judgment is completed, the skin consultant App opens in the self-timer mode, and an AR screen appears. The problematic part of your face will be marked out, then use the smart stick that has been connected to the phone to apply Olay to your face. When you use it to slide in different color areas, the electromagnetic pulse will change, making the cream different. The way to react with your skin. On the screen of the mobile phone, when the smart stick hits the color block, the color block will gradually disappear, and the small star will shoot out, indicating that the task is completed.
The goal of the smart stick is to make people more aware of their skin problems, and then use their own products to solve the problem. Although it doesn’t sound very reliable, we believe that some female users will pay generously.
A glass that can heat cold water when pouring water
According to foreign media CNET reports, the Heatworks Duo Smart Untethered Carafe glass water bottle can heat cold water when pouring water. Just fill it with cold water and the glass bottle will bring hot water to the cup. In addition, it allows the user to set the precise temperature required. The water poured from the water bottle is heated to a temperature that is selected by the user.
Since Duo produces hot water on demand, there is no need to stand in front of the pot or in front of the kettle to boil water. Heatworks, which developed the product, said that the glass bottle uses “ohm array technology.” The system will also be used in the Heatworks Tetra Countertop Dishwasher dishwasher (announced at CES last year).
The Tetra dishwasher has not yet been shipped, so it is unclear whether Heatworks technology is feasible. This process sounds similar to the function of a PID controller (proportional-integral-derivative controller). In addition to being used in espresso machines, PID controllers have also been used in other kitchen appliances. Breville’s Precision Brewer is an example. The $300 drip coffee machine uses a PID controller connected to an electric hot water system.
This carafe draws power from a rechargeable battery, making it portable and convenient. Heatworks currently does not set a price for Duo, nor does it determine its shipping date.
Smart toilet with Alexa voice assistant function
The Numi 2.0 smart toilet supports water-saving inspection, intelligent lighting , toilet seat heating and drying, and also supports customized cleaning functions.
Of course, the most peculiar feature of this smart toilet is the support for voice control. It has built-in Amazon Alexa voice assistant and also integrates speakers. This means that if you have any problems using the toilet, you can ask Alexa. The Numi 2.0 smart toilet will be available later this year.
Sleeping robot pillow that can put songs
The Somnox Sleeping Robot is a soft new robotic pillow whose main purpose is to help you get a good night’s sleep. It monitors and analyzes your sleep data, simulating creating a smooth breathing rhythm that subconsciously affects your own breathing rhythm.
If this is not enough to make you fall asleep, it can also play some soothing music to help you relax.
The robot has landed on a crowdfunding website with a crowdfunding price of $530 and is expected to be available in March or April this year.
Smart pet bowl with pet identification
Mookkie uses facial recognition technology to identify pets and distribute food. It comes with a built-in camera, a fisheye lens, an infrared sensor, and an embedded circuit board that automatically detects pets.
If the identifiable pet appears in the range, the mechanical panel of the pet bowl will automatically rotate open to expose the feed compartment. In addition, Mookkie can also transfer the pet’s actions to the user via the phone, capture the pet’s self-portrait, or prevent the pet from engaging in dangerous activities. Mookkie is expected to be available in September this year for $189.
Sitting posture correcting robot
Giiro is a sitting-correcting robot with a built-in Amazon Alexa engine that can be used to check people’s sitting or standing postures when connected to the Giiroma pressure sensor base under their feet.
Giro’s “eyes” (LCD screen) will instantly switch from “selling mode” to when people feel that they are sitting or standing in an incorrect posture such as “nodding their waists”, “squatting legs”, “golden chicken independence” or “twisting” Full of “goodwill” squinting, or closed eyes can not bear to look directly (a total of 9 kinds of eyes) and other states.
The Giiro robot will be available in March this year.
Cat washroom that automatically cleans cat litter
LavvieBot is an Internet (IoT)-based cat washroom where owners can easily view data on cats’ bowel movements, litter size and fecal volume.
This square washroom automatically initiates the cleaning process, using a split-head separator to separate the feces from the litter and a new layer of litter.
LavvieBot quickly completed the crowdfunding target and will start selling in May this year.
Exquisite wooden interactive screen
Mui is a wooden interactive display developed by a Japanese technology company that can be used to send and receive messages, view news and weather, and control smart homes . With IFTTT, it can also connect to Google Home, Amazon Echo, Philips Hue, Sonos and other smart home services.
Mui’s greatest strength is that the digital platform is integrated into people’s daily lives in a gentle and natural way, without any awkwardness. After returning to sleep mode, Mui instantly changed back to a beautiful decorative plank.
Mui will be on sale at the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo for $549.
Automatic folding machine
FoldMate is an automatic folding machine that puts clothes on the rack and it folds the clothes neatly and then sends them out from the bottom of the machine.
FoldMate will be available later this year and is priced at $980.
Customizable taste odour release device
Moodo exhibited the new portable scent release device MoodoGo at CES 2019. The original Moodo is a smart device for the family that makes you a scent DJ. You can control the specific mixture of perfumes by placing your company’s fragrance capsules in a cube-shaped gadget. The MoodoGo just announced at CES is slightly different.
First of all, it only needs one capsule, which means you won’t be the scent DJ you’ve always dreamed of. However, MoodoGo offers some interesting scent capsules, including Sea Breeze, Wood Royal, Orange Sunrise and Vanilla Grandma, etc. The intensity of these odors can be changed by the dial on the top of MoodoGo.
The most important difference between the new device and the original Moodo is the portability mentioned earlier. Instead of sitting at home like an old-fashioned gadget, MoodoGo is powered by USB, which means it can be used almost anywhere. It is designed for use in cars, offices and even supermarkets and can be used to decorate any strange taste. The possibilities are endless.
If you want to improve the smell of your surroundings, MoodoGo will be available in late January for $39. Changing each scent capsule will cost $4.95.