Modern technology had advanced at such a rapid rate that we often take for granted just how far we’ve come. For example, who would have imagined a mere 15 years ago that we’d have a device that could serve as our phone, camera, music player, video recorder and computer all in one? No one could have imagined either before the new millennium that it would be so easy to go mobile at Red Flush Canada online casino and play online slots for real money.
Well, the technological revolution isn’t quite done yet. Check out a sample of the cool gadgets featured at global consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show, CES, (held in Las Vegas) which are making us feel as if our lives are a futuristic wonder:
Sleep Number 360 smart bed
Ever been sleeping in the middle of the night and realised that you just can’t get warm because your feet are freezing? Sleep Number has a solution this problem: a bed that turns the heat on at the bottom of the bed when your feet have gotten cold. The mattress compensates for changes in position by changing its Sleep Number settings, while it even helps alleviate snoring by raising your head to reduce your volume.
Moen’s U connected shower
Tired of the tediousness of everyday life? Do fill with dread in anticipation of tasks like turning a shower on and off? Well, this task in now a breeze thanks to this new shower range from Moen. You can now preheat shower water and control water temperature from your phone.
LG W7 featherweight wall-mount TVs
With TV’s getting thinner and thinner every year, it’s no surprise that the next evolution i is a TV that looks more like a painting than a TV. LG’s new W7 65- and 77-inch TV is the lightest, thinnest and possibly the best picture quality TV to ever be made. LG maintains that the picture quality is even better than last year’s model, which was already pretty amazing.
Rokid Pebble glowing voice assistant
It looks like Siri has some serious competition. This bright, illuminating voice assistant called “Melody” is much like others such as Amazon Echo, but with a twist: it can recognise voices and alter its activities based on the individual who’s talking. And Melody really is an assistant, as she can also manage your calendar.
Hubble Hugo anger-management robot
If an anger is an actual, real problem in your life, this handy robot could be the answer you’re looking for. It follows you around and uses face recognition to identify moments when your anger temperature rising. If there’s baby around, it will notify you and automatically launch into “pacification mode” by releasing either a fan, music or an audiobook.
Keep your eye out for the next great technological advance!