UNITED STATES: Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023 showcased a variety of cutting-edge technology and next-generation devices, including colour-changing cars to a wireless TV.
Over 3,200 exhibitors displayed their goods at the exhibition this year, which drew over 115,000 visitors. The annual event, which returned in the physical form after two virtual years in the epidemic, attracted more than 40,000 worldwide attendees from more than 140 nations.
Abbott, Amazon, Bosch, BMW, Canon, Delta, Google, Hisense, John Deere, LG Electronics, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and Stellantis are just a few of the top firms mentioned.
Top 5 CES Gadgets and Technology
BMW i Vision Color-Changing Vehicle
German automaker BMW unveiled a car with a unique feature that could make police work harder. The car manufacturer presented a prototype of a vehicle that will enable owners to quickly change the colour of their vehicles.
The car also has digital features, like the ability to project information about driving onto the inside of the windshield. Arnold Schwarzenegger known for his role of T-800 in the movie Terminator 2 attended the presentation of this car, known as the I Vision Dee, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The style of the forthcoming cars from the luxury manufacturer will be influenced by BMW I Vision Dee, which is currently merely a concept. By 2025, it will be feasible, for instance, to have the windscreen flash with driving information like speed or direction.
A telescope which reduces light pollution for better vision
The most recent Equinox 2 telescope was unveiled by French computer-connected telescope company Unistellar at CES 2023.
Based on user selections made using the telescope’s smartphone app, it can automatically point at stars, nebulas, galaxies, and other celestial objects.
The Equinox 2 also has Unistellar’s Smart Light Pollution Reduction technology. This is meant to make it possible for people who live in heavily populated areas to take pictures of faraway galaxies by digitally removing the effects of light pollution.
Using a combination of stacking and live processing, people who use the telescope can see faraway celestial objects, such as planets in our solar system.
L’Oreal Eyebrow print
It’s unusual for a cosmetics firm like L’Oreal to unveil a printer, but that’s exactly what happened at CES 2023.
However, the L’Oreal Brow Magic will be used to print eyebrows instead of dull paperwork. Additionally, it takes advantage of augmented reality to make sure the eyebrows it prints are perfectly suited to your face.
The Brow Magic does not spit out tiny lines of stick-on, hairy eyebrows. The Brow Magic, which L’Oreal refers to as a “handheld electronic brow makeup applicator,” is intended to accurately, rapidly, and effortlessly shape eyebrows without the use of a brush or mascara wand.
Typically, you don’t just buy the TV when you buy a new one. Usually, a stand or a bracket for wall mounting is included. The Displace device revealed at CES 2023, may eliminate the need for mounting options altogether.
The first totally wireless TV in the world is referred to as Displace TV. It is a 55-inch 4K screen that uses active-loop vacuum technology to adhere to any wall and other surfaces like windows as long as they are mostly even. It also has very thin bezels.
The entire apparatus weighs less than 9 kilogrammes, making it lightweight and less likely to fall off a wall. The wireless functionality of TV extends to its power source as well. If you watch six hours of TV a day, the four hot-swappable batteries on board should run it for around a month.
Sony Afeela Car
Sony revealed that the Afeela electric sedan will be the name of its Honda Mobility vehicle. It will make use of Qualcomm, Epic Games, and Honda technology.
The car will be constantly connected to the cloud, according to Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon. The vehicle will have more than 40 sensors, and in order to process all of the data, it will need a lot of processing power from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform.
Epic Games CTO Kim Libreri said that Unreal Engine 5 will be used to render the infotainment cluster.
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