Smart Life in the near future 2014
CES 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show has ended in Las Vegas.At this CES, wearable devices, smart home and intelligent vehicle systems become the focus of attention. Besides, some creative, intelligent technology products also gave us deep impression, most of which are more closer and acceptable to our lives.
The following are the 11 smart life technology products collection from FOT Blog.
Intelligent Tennis Racket
Famous racket manufacturers Babolat published this revolutionary version of the Pure Drive has sensors in the handle which record multiple aspects of your game (swing, strength, endurance, skill and the even ball impact data etc) so you can analyze it on a smartphone, tablet or computer.
Remote control underwear “massager”
“It’s a really fun way to control vibrations without anyone knowing what you’re doing because the remote is on your phone,” Well, OhMiBod’s blueMotion massager ($129) is definitely wearable tech. The kind that you wear, um…
Innovega iOptik contact lenses
Innovega has developed an alternative display architecture that is based on enhancing the human eye’s normal vision capabilities.The iOptik contact lens enhances vision and enables consumers to better visualize their digital world.
World’s first smart toothbrush
Kolibree’s smart toothbrush has a unique technology to analyze your brushing uses and display your progress on mobile dashboard for easy access on your smartphone.
New technology blow dryer
Panasonic is well-known for TVs, cameras, tablets, phones and other electronics. Panasonic’s new “Nanoe” device is interesting because it actually adds moisture to your hair while drying.
This smart grill by Lynx will cook your food based on voice commands. It’s a prototype now but is expected to be available in 2015.
A smoke detector for the smartphone generation
It can connect to the Internet and give status updates through a web browser and status updates and alarm notifications on Android and iOS apps.This product allows a traditional smoke detector eclipsed.
Sleep Number’s x12 smart bed monitors your sleeping habits, measure breathing, heart rate and movement to analyse you and your partner’s sleeping patterns.
Google Glass controlled treadmill
What do you get when you combine a Google Glass, an Android console, an open software platform and a treadmill?
Cooks Up Kitchen of Future
Whirlpool showed off new ‘smart’ home-appliance concepts。
Heart Rate Earphones
The LG Heart Rate Earphones tracks your heart rate as you wear them!