5 Cool Stuff We Saw At The CES 2022
The “Consumer Electronics Show” is what it’s called. Every year in early January, it takes place in Las Vegas. More than fifty years ago, the inaugural CES was held.
The performance is massive, and it spans the entire city of Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) and the Sands Expo Center each have two large show floors, totaling more than 2.75 million square feet. Furthermore, several businesses have private suites in hotels where they show off their wares to invite-only guests.
We witnessed a significant change in the number of individuals attending the event as a result of the pandemic, it was a four-day digital event.
We saw a lot of amazing stuff at CES, and we think 2022 will be the year of NFTs, cryptos, web3, and, of course, the metaverse.
We will be looking at the amazing stuff at the event;
Elon Musk’s Boring Tunnel
Elon Musk is working to improve ecosystems in a variety of ways, from developing noiseless electric automobiles with long battery life to digging tunnels to alleviate traffic congestion, among other things.
For the first time, we had Teslas at the CES event, though they weren’t there to exhibit anything.
The satellite “STARSPHERE,” a nano-satellite outfitted with Sony’s 28-135 camera, is also on display at the CES 2022. For the record, this is not a smaller version of a satellite in space. This year, it will travel to space (2022). One remarkable feature of this satellite is that you may hire it for 10-minute periods and have 360-degree movement to sight down on Earth and look at stuff. A space drone that you may rent for 10 minutes.
BMW Color Changing Car
The BMW was the next strange thing we observed. The car is fantastic because it changes colors, sure it does. As the first “color-changing” car, you’ll want to know what inspired the concept and how it works.
The material is e-ink, and there are several translucent capsules with color pigments within, including black and white pigments. And the desired color is brought to the surface by manipulating electrodes on the top and bottom of this layer. So when you see black on the automobile, it’s really black pigments coming to the top, and when you see white, it’s white pigments coming to the surface.
It has relatively little energy. It’s not a display, it’s not a light, it’s a genuine color change. It takes very little energy to alter a hue and practically no energy to keep it there.
In my opinion, this is cool technology since on hot days, you will want to adjust to the white color due to its heat resistance.
Twinny, this appears to be a small robot that drives about bringing you items to make your life easier. It’s like having a robot around the house. It’s like something you’d see in a movie. The name is quite catchy.
On top of that, it has LiDAR, which is the sensor that most businesses utilize for autonomous driving. As previously stated, this technology exists to make life easier; in fact, that is the primary purpose of technology.
Don’t you hate it when your cat defecate in the litter box and no one cleans it up, leaving you with poop items on the floor? That’s infuriating. Do you ever wonder how much time your cat spends running around during the day? Or, in other words, how many calories does it burn? These guys at PurrSong seem to have figured it out.
PurrSong is releasing a water dispenser that records water intake, a litter box that tracks your cat’s bodyweight and toilet patterns, and a tracker that can collect data on your cat’s movement and sleep patterns to help you monitor your cat’s wellbeing.
We have covered few of the stuff at he CES 2022, there were alot of other stuff by the way.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s event was unlike any other; the LG booth was empty, but they still managed to improvise with barcode technology.