Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh, the CMO of Brain Power, presented on their technology- "Empower Me", the world's first AR glasses for autism that use the Google glass as a platform in conjunction with Affectiva Emotion AI to facilitate social interaction at CES 2018.
Neurovalens, a company based out of Belfast, Ireland and UC San Diego, presented their technology- The Modius at CES 2018.
Thermoelectric developments continue
Despite a speed up of electrification which is bad news for thermoelectric based waste heat recovery in internal combustion engines, not all has been bad for this energy harvesting technology.
Make Electricity Where You Need It
While grid load from electric vehicles is expected to rise in the near future. Engineers are already looking for solutions to make electric vehicles function independently of the grid.
Affordable, powerful smart nano-drone
Kudrone, a palm-sized, smartphone-controlled drone that is taking on leading competitors.
An on/off-road, full-suspension electric folding bike
MOAR is a new fat ebike design on the market with both front and rear suspensions.
CES2017: Air quality has become a big theme
Every year at CES you are guaranteed to see the latest TVs and gadgets for your home. The 2017 edition was no exception, with the expected emphasis on virtual reality, high dynamic range displays, and voice controlled assistants.
The first wearable daylight, sunlight and vitamin D coach in the world
Dutch start-up e-Senses, in collaboration with Holst Centre, has developed the world's first personal sunlight, daylight and vitamin D coach. The Helios smart ring gives wearers feedback on the amount of sunlight they receive and how much vitamin D they create, personalized to their skin type and behavior. It lets people find the perfect balance between sun safety and getting enough vitamin D.
Wristband detects and alerts for seizures, monitors stress
Researchers have developed a medical-quality consumer wristband, called Embrace, that monitors stress signals to detect potentially deadly seizures and alert wearers and caregivers, so they can intervene.