At this year’s CES show, more than 4,500 exhibitors showed off tens of thousands of devices, including a number of quirky technology products, including a combination of artificial intelligence and laser pointers to find mosquitoes,media reported. Even if they can’t be used to solve very serious problems, there’s no doubt that there’s a creative element.
1.4moms Mamaroo Sleeping Cradle
Figure 1: Gary Waters, ceo of 4moms
In the first year of a newborn’s life alone, parents lose about six weeks of sleep, which often makes them feel tired. To this end, 4moms based on the Mamaroo baby seat, developed the Mamaroo sleeping cradle, which can be imitated by the parents to shake and soothe the baby. Gary Waters, chief executive, said: “We all need to rest and it’s possible to use something like a soothing cradle to keep our baby happy. “
2. Reliefband uses electrical pulse belt to eliminate anxiety
Figure 2: Reliefband travel series can help ease the pain of getting sick while traveling
Reliefband’s wearables look like watches, but you can throw away the Travel Series wristband after a few days of travel. Not only do they cope with motion sickness, they also help treat hangovers, migraines, chemotherapy nausea and morning sickness, and serve as an aid to postoperative post-operative vomiting. So, this product can make your hangover stoic.
3.Alpha-Stim Uses Pulses to Treat Anxiety
Figure 3: Alpha-Stim uses electrical pulses to treat anxiety
Electric impulses can do more than just electric shock robbers. Alpha-Stim is an FDA-approved medical device for over-the-counter prescription drugs that can safely and effectively treat anxiety, insomnia, depression, and pain without the risk of long-term side effects or addiction. Alpha-Stim delivers a safe, painless microcurrent through cranial stimulation (CES), allowing the user’s body and brain to return to normal and balanced. More than 100 clinical studies have demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of the device, including recent studies by the Uk MD Anderson Cancer Research Centre and the NHS.
4.Luple Digital Caffeine Light
Figure 4: Luple’s Digital Caffeine Lights
South Korean company Luple has created a “digital caffeine lamp”. If you’re learning and want to concentrate, Luple emits the appropriate light. If you’re sleepy and want to take a nap, it will emit a different light. The company is studying which wavelengths are healthier to the human body and says this “people-oriented lighting” is better than drinking coffee to stay awake.
5.Bzigo uses AI and laser pointer to find mosquitoes
Figure 5: bzigo uses computer vision to find mosquitoes
Bzigo spent years studying how to spot the buzzing mosquitoes, and the company came up with a combination of artificial intelligence and laser pointers. The AI camera scans the flying or stationary mosquito first, and when it finds the target, the laser pointer illuminates the mosquito that falls on the wall so you can crush it. Or, if your cat likes to chase red spots, maybe let it help you with the mosquito-killing plan.
6. Charmin’s SmellSense Bathroom Odor Detector
Figure 6: Charmin’s SenseSense
Charmin has created a prototype that can sniff out any unpleasant smells in the bathroom. If they are detected, it gives a negative answer when you ask if it’s safe to enter the bathroom. Charmin also demonstrated a robot called Rollbot, which brings you toilet paper when you’re on the big scale.
7. Laser promotes hair growth
Figure 7: HairMax uses a specific baseball cap to promote hair growth
Many people have heard of laser hair removal, but HairMax, from Boca Raton, Florida, USA, went the other way, showing the first device to treat hair loss and stimulate hair growth with Lexington lasers, the subject of seven clinical studies. The company says the hat can help users grow 129 new hairs per square inch.
8.Opte Precision Skincare
Figure 8: OPTE Precision Skin Care Decontamination Agent
For the past decade, Thomas Rabe has been trying to figure out how to apply serum and cosmetics only to the parts of our face that we need. As a result, Opte Precision skincare detergents were produced under the incubation of Procter and Gamble Ventures. It uses inkjet technology to spray tiny serum spots on facial blemishes to make them disappear. Now the device is smaller and more affordable. It will go on sale this summer at a price yet to be determined.