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High Tech Gadget Show Features Odd and Amazing Innovations

  • CES featured several new and inventive products as well as AI-based cutting-edge technology.
  • Body mass index, BP, and mental stress index are quickly measured on the face using NuraLogix’s “MagicMirror” connected mirror.
  • The stroller offers a regular back-and-forth motion to aid in the child’s falling asleep when the parent selects the “Rock my baby” feature.

CES, the yearly technology-focused consumer electronics expo in Las Vegas, featured several new and inventive products as well as artificial intelligence-based cutting-edge technology.

Marketing professional Lindsay Brennan had her body mass index, blood pressure, and mental stress index quickly and accurately measured on her face using NuraLogix’s “MagicMirror” connected mirror. Type 2 diabetes risk assessment is allegedly possible with the use of artificial intelligence software and optical technologies, according to the company.

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The French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) created the Wimagine brain implant, which would make it possible for paraplegic individuals to walk once more. This brain-to-machine interface, fitted with electrodes, is positioned close to the motor cortex, which governs a paraplegic or tetraplegic patient’s voluntary movements.

Wireless data transfer from the implant is made to a connector below the paralyzed lesion, which is fastened to the spinal cord. In the second scenario, an exoskeleton—a specially designed skeleton—that carries out the patient’s commands through gestures is in communication with the implant. Five to 10 years of research remain before the start of a clinical study.

With all the AI features for safety and comfort, Gluxkind’s “Rock My Baby” electric stroller is the first. With its co-pilot-like ability to simplify busy parent lives, it can climb slopes without exerting much effort thanks to its electric help.

To provide parents who are sleep-deprived with everyday assistance, the stroller can also identify individuals, pets, scooters, bikes, and automobiles that may not be stopping and will issue an additional warning.

The stroller offers a regular back-and-forth motion to aid in the child’s falling asleep when the parent selects the “Rock my baby” feature. With a price tag of about $2,400, Gluxkind plans to begin production in the spring of 2019.

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