CES wrapped earlier this week and techies across the globe are now inspired and energized. The popular event draws several hundred vendors to two convention centers in Las Vegas filled with gadgets and gizmos aplenty.
Let’s take a look at the innovations that had attendants talking.
LG’s OLED W7
The LG’s OLED W7 may be the thinnest television on the market. The interior parts of this specific model can be found inside an external sound bar, making it possible for this 65-inch, 18-pound, 3.85-millimeter-deep display to lean against a wall like a poster.
And for those who thought wearables were dead, meet Plume. It’s a wearable device that senses pollution. It tracks nitrogen dioxide, ozone, humidity and more. Clip it to your bag or clothes and you’re ready to go.
Kerastase smart hairbrush
According to zdnet.com, the Kerastase Hair Coach, aka the first smart hairbrush, is not as dumb as it sounds. The bristles have integrated sensors and the brush itself has a microphone that can identify patterns and provide insights into manageability, frizziness, dryness, breakage and split ends. It measures how much force you apply to your scalp and boasts an accelerometer and gyroscope to identify brush patterns.
Milo Sensors are wearable and aim to detect chemicals in your body, such as alcohol. If you’re at a party and unsure about having another drink, this innovation will come in handy and keep you safe. The sensors rely on perspiration from your skin.
Polaroid made a hit with their new Pop camera. It prints photos and returns to the 3″ x 4″ size every Polaroid fan is used to. It also features a 3.97-inch touchscreen LCD so you can take a look at your pictures before printing.
Motiv’s fitness tracking ring is cased in titanium and analyzes your sleep and fitness efforts with an optical heart rate sensor. The battery lasts for up to five days on just one charge.
According to TechCrunch, Clear Flight Solutions‘ Robird is a drone that flaps its wings and scares the bejesus out of other birds to keep aviation safe. The drone even uses tail fins to steer and glide through the air.
Willow breast pump
Breast feeding just got easier with the Willow breast pump. Use this device that’s easy to set up and break down, plus it let’s you pump hands free. There’s an app to go along with it that allows you track milk volume, time and sessions.