Our CES 2019 top picks!
Updated: Feb 15, 2019
Hypervsn - 3D Holographics
You can use the company's new 3D studio to add a third dimension to your own 2D image. Hypervsn can train you to make more robust content using their design lab. Whatever you do, don't touch the spinning blades!
Lumen - Metabolic Device
Lumen aims to bring efficiency, accessibility and ease to your health goals. It’s an elongated device that fits into the palm of the hand, and every morning, it analyses a user’s breath to determine their metabolic process that day (whether the body is using carbs or fat for fuel).
Hyundai - Walking Car
While it's primarily designed to give first responders an additional edge in rescuing people, it can also be used to enhance mobility options for all sorts of citizens. According to Hyundai, the Elevate is capable of driving at highway speeds, but it can also allegedly climb a 5-foot wall, step over a 5-foot gap and have a track width up to 15 feet.
LG Signature OLED TV R
The rollable television is the world’s first, with a 65-inch 4K screen and a 100-watt Dolby Atmos speaker system. Music lovers should also know that the television offers “line mode,” when only one-fourth of the screen emerges from the base station and music controls are displayed.
LG was widely applauded for its jaw-dropping installation that featured a mass of screens curved into a organic half-tunnel. Many CES visitors caught themselves transfixed as colourful imagery from nature flowed above their heads.
Forward - Ovis
The world's first vision-powered Side-Follow carry-on that follows you by side autonomously, enabling a true hands-free & worry-free travel. One of Ovis’ most impressive pieces of technology is its capability to understand what it sees. Through a series of complex algorithms Forward have created an AI with the ability to not only “see” as we do, but comprehend what it is seeing.