Even if the Consumer Electronics Show is not yet over, the biggest announcements have already been made so we can present you the top five innovations from CES 2016.
LG Rollable Display
This is not a simple flexible display such as those seen in some smartphones or on curved HDTVs, but a totally different thing – a display which can be rolled-up just like a newspaper. This screen paves the way for a whole new generation of screens and devices beyond any imagination.
The Gear VR
The virtual reality headset Gear VR created by Oculus in collaboration with Samsung is simply amazing, pushing you into a different reality just as it was supposed to do. Samsung’s motion controllers give you a new sense of motion as you move your body and your hands. You have to try it to understand!
Family Hub Refrigerator
Despite costing $5,000 this Samsung fridge masters the internet of things. The fridge comes with a built-in camera which takes photos of your food so if you’re going home from the office wondering what to cook, your fridge will just tell you what ingredients you already have.
A partnership with Master Card allows fridge owners to use its touchscreen for direct purchases of food items directly from your kitchen.
The fridge also works as a family communication center, enabling the whole family to post photos or messaging on its touchscreen even if they are away.
Acting as a hub for your other connecting home items you can tell your fridge to turn off the lights when you’re not at home or turn off the coffee maker before you get out of bed.
The fridge also works as a computer or a TV, being able to display content or movies on its touchscreen.
HumanEyes will start selling the first 360-degree camera under $1,000. From now on virtual reality will be your own reality and the reality of those around you. Vuze uses 8 Full HD cameras to capture videos and pictures. It is easy to use having a user-friendly interface and also easy to carry, weighting only 250 grams.
AR Owner’s Manual
Knowing that most people don’t read their user’s manuals and very fast misplace them, Hyunday invented the first app which works as an owner’s manual. The app uses augmented reality to help you get information about the thing appearing on your phone’s display. If your car has broken just take a picture and find out what’s wrong and how to fix it.