That's a wrap on our first day of #CES2018! Looking for more 🤖 tomorrow.
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We frolicked across the yard like school kids - full of laughter and love. It had been a night, the perfect finale to a beautiful week with beautiful people - so unexpected, so undeserving! I mean who truely deserves unending, unconditional, unrelenting, unconquerable LOVE? The LOVE that shows itself so plainly and whispers to your heart gently, "the stars are aligned.." Somehow..that's just what we all received. Grace. And a reason to say, "Life is Beautiful!" #CES2018
Wanted to try and buy a new pair of shoes but too lazy to drive? No problem, the e-palette is coming for you.
One of the most interesting startups that was introduced in CES 2018 is the Toyota e-Palette. This kickstarter tackles mobility and delivery services in autonomous cars. It comes with an open control interface, modular enough for purpose-built interiors that suit different individual and business needs - be it parcel delivery, ride sharing or on-the-road e-commerce. It has set of software tools allows companies to install their own automated driving system. Basically, E-Palette is a self-driving vehicle that could bring services to the customer, not only goods.
This concept vehicle is really interesting. Do you think this idea can find their path to the market?
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Recordamos @lenovo presentó en #CES2018 la X1Yoga que incluye un swish manual para desactivarla
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This Mega-Sensor Makes the Whole Room Smart
Researchers combined a bunch of different sensors into one small device that can monitor all kinds of activities.
Gierad Laput wants to make homes smarter without forcing you to buy a bunch of sensor-laden, Internet-connected appliances. Instead, he’s come up with a way to combine a slew of sensors into a device about the size of a Saltine that plugs into a wall outlet and can monitor many things in the room, from a tea kettle to a paper towel dispenser.
While it’s not yet a consumer smart-home device, it was pretty accurate in his initial tests. His team is now stress-testing the 100 units manufactured so far. Laput says they cost about $100 apiece to make right now, but he thinks that could be cut to about $30 if they were manufactured in high volume.
Video Credit: Futurism on Facebook.
This robot surveillance ball can roll on any terrain — it can even swim
Guardbot is an amphibious, surveillance robot that can roll on any terrain, including snow, sand, and dirt.
It's fitted with two cameras, microphones and GPS, allowing it to be controlled remotely or via satellites.
The military is looking into possibly using Guardbot in future operations.
Guardbot is still under development, but it could cost as much as $100,000.
Video Credit: Tech Insider UK