No, the Dyson Lightcycle Morph isn’t the name of a future TRON vehicle, but rather an innovative lamp with unique local daylight tracking that delivers light throughout a room in four different formats – as an indirect, task, feature or ambient light. Users can personalize it using the Dyson Link App, which intelligently adjusts the light it emits depending on the user’s task, age, mood and local daylight. Read more for a video and additional information.
Going to the dry cleaners is a must if you have fragile pieces of clothing that can’t be thrown in the machine, but sometimes, that could be a hassle if you don’t have a shop nearby or just don’t want to pay the high prices. Introducing the Samsung AirDresser. Put simply, this internet-connected smart closet of sorts uses air and steam to automatically sanitize as well as freshen clothes placed inside. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The COAST G20 LED Penlight is perfect for your everyday carry, and it can be picked up for $8.31, this weekend only, originally $22.52. Its Inspection Beam cuts clean, consistent light from edge to edge to evenly illuminate work spaces, thus simplifying up-close work, while brightening hard-to-reach objects. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Amazon’s Eero Mesh WiFi System delivers world-class, whole-home connectivity for everybody, and this 3-pack covers homes up to 5,000 sq. ft. in fast, reliable internet from the basement to the backyard, all for $174 shipped, today only, originally $249. When combined with an Alexa-enabled device, you can easily manage WiFi access for devices and individuals in the home, taking focus away from screens and back to what’s important. Product page. Read more for a video review and additional information.
We have seen the future of smart homes, and it includes this kitchen table by Millo. Put simply, it’s one sleek surface without any holes and looking no different than what you’d expect in a normal home. There are no visible physical connectors or objects, just a minimalistic premium design that enables you to make food or even blend things directly on it. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
Ever wonder what people of the past thought the future was going to be like? If so, then you might want to watch “1999 A.D.”, a short film released in 1967 by the Philco-Ford Corporation to mark the company’s 75th anniversary. The house of tomorrow that you’re about to see is filled with consumer technologies that aim to make daily life more comfortable and convenient, complete with lots of displays. Read more for the video.
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Samsung’s Bot Chef is basically an AI-powered service robot that assists chefs as they whip up gourmet dishes. It’s designed to be easy to use and highly versatile, with a sleek exterior that hides its advanced mechatronics. Optimized for kitchen use, it’s capable of a wide range of kitchen tasks, whether it be chopping, whisking, pouring or even cleaning. The chef is based on SARAM, Samsung’s multi-purpose programmable robotic platform, the lightweight robotic manipulator arm has six degrees of freedom, with the diameter, reach and safety of a human arm. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Unveiled at CES 2020, Arcade1Up’s new NBA Jam cabinet is unlike any of its past offerings. How so? It’s the first one with built-in WiFi for free online multiplayer. That’s right, after turning on the machine, you’ll be able to jump right into an online game with other plays around the world, just like you used to at your local arcade. Read more for a video and additional information.
Sunflower Labs announced today at CES 2020 the Sunflower Home Awareness System, which includes the world’s first fully autonomous residential security drone. This security system pairs always-on motion and vibration sensors with AI processing to provide privacy and peace-of-mind to homeowners while dramatically minimizing false alarms. In addition to the drone, each Sunflower, disguised as garden lights, houses an array of motion and vibration sensors to constantly monitor activity on the property. They’re capable of detecting and differentiating people, animals and cars as well as displaying the activity on a map in real-time. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Samsung’s 43-inch 4K “The Sero,” which means “vertical” in Korean, can be pivoted between horizontal and vertical orientations – just like a smartphone or tablet. It’s designed for social media apps like TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and more. The orientation technology connects seamlessly with users’ mobile devices to smoothly and naturally display content in traditional horizontal formats, as well as vertical formats designed for mobile consumption. The display was made available in South Korea last year, and Samsung is set to expand The Sero’s availability to several global markets in 2020. Read more for a hands-on video direct from CES 2020.