Wackiest Gadgets Launched at CES 2016: Flexible Selfie Stick, Self-adjusting Belt and more

    At last CES 2016 is here! Today, we have witnessed a slew of announcements from various companies around the world. Aside from the usual smartphones and laptops launches, today the tech market have seen a lot of innovations right from the Smartshoes to foldable headsets.

    For the uninitiated, the CES 2016 (Consumer Electronic Show) is an international electronics and technology trade show hosting major companies and industry professionals worldwide under one roof. Each year, this show is held on January at Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, United States.

    Today, lets have a look at the crazy gadgets that got released in CES 2016 so far!

    LG's Foldable OLED display

    In this CES 2016 event, the LG is planning to showcase its rollable OLED display along with its latest 4K ultra HDTVs. This 18-inch prototype focusses more on bendable, rollable, and curving displays. This technology from LG offers the same distance between the user and the screen from any angle.

    DietSensor SciO

    This application is used to helps the user to track their diet. However, it will be accompanied by a spectrometer operating with the help of infra-red rays.

    DietSensor proposes the analysis of the user's eating habits and recommends the user to balance the diet and achieve the targets set.

    Flexible selfie camera

    Dubbed as Pic, this flexible selfie stick is kept on display at the International CES event on Las Vegas.

    This flexible camera can twist and curl around your wrist, even takes a close up's for you. Moreover, the best part is that it can take 1080HD video too and can store an hour of video in it.

    Cerevo Tipron robot

    Generally, this home-based robot comes with a built-in projector and used for cleaning purpose. This robot comes with Neck with a degree of freedom of the three axes, to project an image to any location of the house. Reminds you of R2-D2 from Star Wars isn't it?

    MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Tobii

    The leading eye-tracking company Tobii has redefined its computing experience this CES 2016 by collaborating with "Ubisoft", which lets the gamers to aim, shoot and zip line with their eyes.

    Further, MSI has started shipping the world's first consumer notebook with integrated eye tracking technology.

    Digitsole's Smartshoes

    You've heard of Smartphones, but what about Smartshoes? Sporting a futuristic look, this shoes can be controlled by Smartphone app and also have a built-in heating system technology to keep your feet warm during Winters.

    Massive Parrot Disco Drone

    Dubbed as Massive Parrot Disco, this drone will fly longer than any other consumer drone in a single charge, which lasts for 45 minutes.

    All you have to do is to just throw the drone in the air and it will travel up to 80kph. This drone comes with 14MP triple axis digitally stabilized camera and can store up to 32GB of HD videos.

    Netatmo Presence camera

    In this CES 2016, Netatmo has showcased the Netatmo Presence, a new smart outdoor security camera. This camera can detect many things like a person waiting outside, pet running around and many more. This camera connects to your Wi-Fi and sends you the push notifications on your smartphone so that you can it.

    Linksys MU-MIMO routers

    For this CES, Linksys has introduced two new MU-MIMO routers. This works above and below the current AC2600 router in the company's lineup. If your computer doesn't support the MU-MIMO, you can make it work just by adding company's new AC1900 MU-MIMO adapter USB dongle.

    Muzik's Smart Headphones

    The headphones comes with wireless touch controls, and also allows the users to share audio content to social media sites (Facebook, Twitter).

    3DRudder VR controller

    This 3DRudder is basically a pressure-sensitive foot controlling VR gaming technology. This controller just take the foot movements to engage the part of your body. For example, if you apply pressure on toes, it moves forward. If you apply pressure on your heels, it comes backward.

    Wisewear safety bracelet

    This smart jewellery comes with a blend of both fashion and technology. This accessory comes safety alarm hiding inside the bracelet. When you are mobbed, all you need to do is to tap the device. It will send your location to backup contact number via text message.


    UK-based Reach Robotics, has showcased the four-legged battle bots named Mekamons that will have the mix of both digital and physical worlds. This robots comes integrated with infrared, Bluetooth and an inbuilt compass, which helps in attacking the opponent.

    Oree Stylograph smart pen

    This smart pen transfers the details which you have scribbled on the paper via Bluetooth via Oree app. This app is available in both Android and iOS platform. However, this pen is made up of pure copper and incorporates standard ballpoint cartridges.

    Gesture-controlled robots with the Ziro kit

    This Ziro Kit lets the user to build their own robots and allows them to control it by wiggling the fingers. The kit contains four wireless motorized modules, a remote-control glove, a charging station, basic building materials and a mobile configuration app for Android and iOS.

    Sphero BB-8

    The magic of Star War has always lived on screen and in our imaginations. This app enabled droid dubbed as BB-8 has an adaptive personality based on your interactions. This droid shows range of expression and can patrol.

    In & Motion's Ski Airbags

    This Airbag vest is used to prevent people from denting their organs by inflating.

    Cheero - Sleepion

    This device comes with the combination of three elements of sound, light and incense leading to the improvement in sleep disorders.

    Immersit VR Couch

    When you experience Virtual Reality, you can feel your environment moving, but not your body! To fix this, Immersit comes up with couch with four motors to move back/forward, up/down and side-to-side.


    This self-adjusting Belty helps you enjoy simple moments through out the day by encouraging you to do the little things including walking pace, invite you to drink more water, stand up straight and explore new habits.

    Sensorwake clock

    With Sensorwake, the beeping days are over. In this clock, you can add six scent cartridges like ocean, lush jungle, croissant, coffee, chocolate or peppermint in the slot.

    Royole-X - foldable headset

    In this CES 2016, Royole-X has showcased a new personal theater headset with AMOLED display. It is the super thin and flexible AMOLED display. As per the company, it is the world's first foldable audio and video headset.

    New Hexoskin Smart

    Hexoskin is the first wearable movement, respiration, and heart activity tracker. Hexoskin tracks your training and recovery, gives you insights about your activities, your sleep, your life's choices

    Jaybird's Freedom and X3 headsets

    This is the first wireless sport earbuds to include a customizable sound profile and also moves with the user from device to device.

    Helix cuff bluetooth

    This Helix Cuff is equipped with the most advanced sound technology you'll ever find on Bluetooth. It has Smart Multipoint Connectivity, AptX technology, cVc noise reduction, and Bluetooth 4.1 which gives the user an amazing experience.

    Withings' Thermo temporal thermometer

    Withings has announced a brand new 'Withings Thermo' thermometer with Wi-Fi connected temporal artery thermometer. This can give the most fastest yet accurate readings. This device uses 16 independent infrared sensors to measure person's temperature using the temporal artery at the side of the head.

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