CES 2016, the first and debatably most important consumer technology show of the year has come to a close. We’ve already gone over some of the weirdest technology from the show, but now we’re going to list the tech from CES that actually got us excited about the future.
Movi is a pocket-sized live event video camera that lets you edit on your iPhone while you film, enabling you to share live events in real time with unprecedented production value. Movi helps busy consumers, organizations, and event producers seamlessly share the engaging stories of their live events by putting the power and capabilities of a multi-camera production studio at their fingertips.
The sleek Movi camcorder fits in the palm of your hand, yet its 150-degree all glass lens and 4k sensor enable the iOS app to control up to nine virtual HD cameras. Live editing includes the ability to pan, zoom, and cut between multiple live shots from a single camera, providing the same storytelling capabilities used in professional live productions. Movi can also be easily added as a remote camera in Livestream Studio.
The Razer Blade Stealth’s highly durable chassis is CNC-milled out of aircraft grade aluminium. The ultra-sleek finish and thin form factor adapts perfectly to any situation. Together with up to 8 hours of battery life, you’ll be able to play casual games on the train and power through your daily work.
The Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook™ sets the new standard for ultra-mobility and extreme performance. The incredibly thin 0.52” CNC aluminium chassis encases an Intel® Core™ i7 processor, and the most visually stunning 12.5” 4K high-resolution touch display.
The first in-sight cycling display from Garmin, Varia Vision enhances your road awareness by putting the cycling information you want right where you want it in your line of sight. The lightweight display attaches to either side of sunglasses and relays information directly from your compatible device. Now you won’t lose focus while trying to nail your targets for a workout, find the next turn or stay aware of cars approaching from behind.
Varia Vision displays up to 4 crucial data fields plus clear, colour-coded graphic displays at any given time. This allows you to view information such as your heart rate, power and speed and still keep your eyes peeled for potential hazards in front of you. Varia Vision can even help you find your way with detailed navigation prompts, complete with street names, directional arrows and distance to turn.
A portable device to detect gluten in food, 6Sensor Labs enters the food sensing space with its portable gluten detector called Nima. Allergies can be a diners’ worst nightmare. Between unknown sauces and secret ingredients, diners with an allergy have to be extra cautious. 6Sensor Labs’ is looking to change that with their product Nima, the latest to enter the food sensing space.
Nima is a portable gluten detector. How it works: A sample of food or drink is dropped into a disposable cartridge that is then inserted into the device, and in about two minutes you get a result. A frown or smiley face light up along the side of the device to indicate if the meal is safe to eat. It pairs with an iOS app via Bluetooth, uploading test results and allowing users to search for more information about restaurants where food may have already been tested.
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