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    wait... what? Explain this microwave that's not an actual microwave...

    Krakkens and shit. stop tempting them.
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    Samsung's new computer tower, you get to added expansion discs to the add extra drive space and a speaker. However your can not get the internal parts........

    Samsung's Chrome book


    And Samsung's gaming laptop nothing to special but a nice dragon skin cooling. Half of the bottom is for intake

    Think about fremont street tv or the displace board for football or baseball. You can view video but you can also see the spaces between the each LED so it looks like a screen door. Well this is that tech only High def. You see no spaces and the picture is beautiful.

    More broadcast your phones home screen and with the tech for lase keyboards so you desk becomes your new home screen.

    Sony's smart blocks. There's alot of different companies making lego like circut blocks that teach kids programing

    Sony's bluetooth resonating Glass speakers

    Sony's bluetooth lightbulb and short throw projector

    Another smart table center. You had to tinker with it to under stand it. You could use everyday items to interact with the programs. The music one adapts, adds layers, and morphs as he put casino tokens in different locations. The best way to put it is a new type of interaction with your desktop. Simply alternative to a keyboard and mouse setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanati View Post
    wait... what? Explain this microwave that's not an actual microwave...

    I'm guessing it was an induction surface.

    But maybe it was VR cooking - the food doesn't actually get cooked, but there's a haptic sensor stapled through your tongue that makes a desiccated corn-pellet feel hot and taste delicious.



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    Sony is trying out a new idea of passive listening. They have a neck brace that is pretty much a surround sound speaker. You can hear your music but if you need to focus on a conversation with someone you can. These however are their open ear, ear buds. This had way better sound but you could still focus on sounds from you environment. This should be a go to for joggers

    Turn your hover board into a hover cart

    For converting your tablet into a high end film studio camera

    Alot of gyro holders for your phones

    And for your drone

    Smart watch, nothing special right?

    Well this one is powered by your body heat. You never have to plug it in.

    3D Converter box for your go pro

    All weather drones

    Use your smart phone for an at home eye test

    The water bottle with everything related to a phone crammed into it. Speaker, power pack, and more

    I actually want one of these. Its a little electric bike. Folds us nice and neat, its only about 12lbs. Can cover up to 20km. The price $400. Only down side is the battery will last for about 2.5 years and then needs replacing. The cost, $400.
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    Auto drones, that follow you around and film you

    Smart tag. 1 hub and up to 30 units. 10 different games from chase the chicken, ie race to your color, tag it, and move to the next target. And zombie tag, everyone gets a unit and belt, computer picks one and turns it green, run tag the others to turn them into zombies.
    Why did I say so much about it? Because I want it.

    Battle tanks
    I want these too. You link them with your phone and down loaded the app. The app keeps track of kills, stats, and weapons. You drive your tank around blasting other causing them to spin out of control. You can add a special plate that lets you pick up weapons, speed boosts and more.
    Its world of tanks meets mario cart, meets a real rc tank. $150 gets you the battlefield and 2 tanks.
    Now, the controls are on the touch screen of your phone. Which sucks. However, I bought a Bluetooth N64 control to use for my emulator, side bar.... if you love classic Nintendo games and want them on your phone I highly recommend you get this controller. Amazon, "Bluetooth n64 controller" $40.
    Anyways my controller works for alot of different apps. It may work to control the tanks. I wont know unless I buy them but I haven't gotten that point, yet.

    Smart shoes, these connect to your phone to keep track of stats, impact points, coach you on your running style and also have a heater.


    Under armor was there showing off sleep tech that regulate body temperature

    Phelps was there

    Lego went all out on programmable legos




    Programmable LED boxes. I see these in the rear window of peoples cars, sending important messages to others.

    Because if your going all out massager chair your might as well look like your getting into an iron man suit

    Drawable circuit boards

    Body sensors, the goal is to have a sensor installed into body armor to alert dispatch if an officer has been shot. If they are shot and disabled this will alert other officers that help is needed. The dream is that this will become an every day thing for all of us.
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    The last remote you will ever need to buy

    The rumor was you could control a space shuttle with this

    These are VR boots. They are big and floppy but when you step on metal if feels different then stepping on sand in the VR world.
    Its going to be really cool when we start to see all the touch and feel tech come together into a single system.


    The Real world RPG laser tag. In addition to being able to battle other players with this gun you can point it at random people and the game will dictate if they are an alien or not. Not really sure how the general public is going to handle that, not well most likely, but we shall see.


    2D printed pancakes. They aren't bad actually and you can do different flavors so eating the picture become an experience on a taste level as well.

    A pic of the sonic table that lets you fell VR items

    Soda Stream and coffee machine in one. If you have one you can really spice of any drink at home.

    Smart shade, finds the sun to power itself and keep you in the shade.

    BrainCO, control everything with your brain. THey have the sensors they are working on the coding to convert every electronic to thought controlled.

    Printed LEDs. LED strips are a great way to spice up anything, these are the next level to make something kool just because it's go LEDs. Paper thin and can see through

    A company for smart door and window opener

    Smart ruler, You use the app to generate a virtual room and you can position pictures in the virtual world where you like them then use the measuring tape to roll to get the picture where you like in the VR world.
    I guess the idea is if you don't need someone to hold the pic while you step back and decide if you like it there.

    If you want to grow something in your home but don't want to have to build and plan out anything, you can get this unit and customize it however you please
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