If there is one theme that probably stood out during the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas, many might vote for the Ultra HD – the 8K pixel-wide tech that offers 16 times the HD’s resolution. Not surprising! But what actually struck me was their showcase of the clever silverware that can allegedly monitor our food intake. Whoa! Better watch out for all other hottest techs coming soon on the market. |
The International Consumer Electronics Show is a chief technology-related trade show regularly held every month of January in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Its primary goal is to host product previews and announcement of latest gadgets that will be soon spotted and launched on the global market. Like the usual yearly show, they display the freshest techs coming out – but this one’s a never before seen advancement.
Gadget manufacturers are taking advantage of the boom in smartphone sales. That is the very reason why tech titans must have countless exceptional ideas in order to be ahead of others. Wanna discover some of these uniquely invented devices that will surely catch your attention? Here’s a list:
The world’s first smart fork presented by a French company which features a sensor for detecting picking up of food, sliding it into your mouth, and finally bringing back the mighty fork to your plate. Do you know what is more exciting about this intelligently devised fork? It buzzes in your hand to signal that you need to slow down eating once you carried out the action too swift. After mealtime, it immediately uploads data to a preferred smartphone app to help you track and modify your eating habits. Do not underestimate this wacky device because it might aid you in solving your weight gain and digestive problems.
Bodymedia’s Adhesive Patch
Designed to monitor your activities for seven days, this adhesive patch is placed on your arm. This activity monitor provides you information about how active you were during the week, how many calories you have burned, your sleeping habits over the 7-day period, and lifestyle modification suggestions as well. The only thing about this device that you may perceive as disadvantageous is the need to dispose it after use.
Have you ever been a victim of a lost luggage at the airport? Well, worry no more! A newly launched plastic-covered device is simply slipped inside your bag which communicates with your precious smartphone via the Bluetooth function to notify you its exact location while inside the airport. It is also designed to conform to air travel policies by switching itself off during flight. No need to just stand there and wait for the airline to resolve lost luggage issues.
Alarmed by the dilemma of switching from one app to another app when performing repeated tasks at home, Alarm.com has thought of the use of cellular-based connections to avoid the home broadband’s risk of constantly going offline. They attempt to develop a smartphone software which can allow users to regulate their home’s temperature, check on security devices, adjust their home lights, change the music’s volume, close or unlock the doors, among other tasks automatically from just a single interface.
Eyeing on the manipulation of domestic chores through tech gadgets, a company have presented what is claimed to be as the world’s first Android-powered oven. It boasts of a built-in 7-inch touchscreen display which can adjust heat and cooking time of the dish being cooked. Got stuck at work? That’s no problem! With this Android-powered oven, you can set the start time or delay it by sending a message from your smartphone.
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