CES highlights highlight-robotic-dogs, self-propelled barges, brain technology

Industrial nations such as Amazon and Google have been affected by the virus, but more than 2,200 large and small companies are still optimistic about the future.

A January 4, 2022 Sierra Space Dream Dreamer aircraft model has been unveiled ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. – AFP


Published January 8, 2022, 2 p.m. 11 p.m.

The CAS Technology Exhibition in Las Vegas on Friday closed its 2022 edition, although it significantly reduced Covidy issues after the conference.

Industrial nations such as Amazon and Google have been affected by the virus, but more than 2,200 large and small companies are still optimistic about the future.

Here are some of the highlights from the event:

French beginner Weisser is working with technology to identify devices that can zip signals between the brain and certain muscles.

“Over the last 30 years we have significantly improved the digital power around us but we still use the same tools – keyboards, mice, touchs” to communicate with machines, “said Yassin Achiak, co-founder of Weisser.

“Volume control is coming, but it’s slow, and it doesn’t always work. “We want to create an inclusive and easy-to-use interface,” he added.

At this stage, his team paired it with a headset that could detect the user’s jaw movement.

The user can pause the game on their cell phone and restart it with chewing gum.

The idea came to them as Tesla boss Elon Musk, a company owned by Neralink, was developing a platform for communication with machines.

“We know it’s embarrassing to wait 50 years before allowing people to better interact with the digital world around us,” Achiak said.

His company plans to sell the technology (and measures) to the tech industry.

You can pair it with headphones, but the added reality glasses allow users to control the display without removing their smartphone.

The Boston Dynamics Robot dogs – compared to the killer’s four-legged boots in the dystopian “black glass” room – are back and this time going to the spare part.

Hyundai took over the robot maker last year and raised questions about whether he was considering a South Korean automaker.

BTS, a bright pop, yellow four-legged technology for South Korean boy Band, has created a choreography system in Hyundai booth for people who record every step on their phones.

But the performance also includes the animation of the vision of using robots as eyes and ears on Mars for those who experience the Red Planet in metatars.

In a statement, Chang Song, president of Hyundai Motor Group, stated:

“By connecting robots to metavers, we can move freely between real and virtual reality.”

Snowmobile in front, rear track, handlebars, booster seat and, most importantly, battery: The first electric bikes in the beginning of the lunar cycle.

“It does not disturb customers and protects the environment,” said Nicolas Muron, co-founder of the French company.

His idea was to make this type of vehicle more attractive and accessible.

“Eighty-eight percent of snowmobile users are male, with an average age of 46. So they are not suitable for everyone.”

They sell for $ 8,500 for pre-orders in the United States.

Spiral alarm is a self-propelled boat.

Hyundai has unveiled what it calls its first “self-propelled” boat equipped with cameras, sensors and artificial intelligence systems.

“By implementing automatic extraction technology on recreational boats, users can significantly reduce the time it takes for boarding and unloading, as well as the risk of accidents during operation,” said Do-Hyong Lim, head of the Hyundai Heavy Industry Branch. Navigation Technology.

A.D. In 2021, the boat traveled 10 kilometers (six miles) with 12 passengers on board in South Korea, and Hyundai announced that a large merchant ship was ready to sail with the same technology. – AFP

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