The world’s largest technology exhibition CES was held in Las Vegas
The largest world technological exhibition CES (Consumer Electronics Show) was held in Las Vegas, USA, where both venerable companies and startups that have yet to find investors or raise funds for their inventions present their developments.
This year, as always in recent times, the attention of visitors to the exhibition was drawn to cars. At CES, various companies presented a lot of cars, and, as experts say, their prices are starting to gradually decline.
Auto giant BMW, who was present at the exhibition virtually, demonstrated a car that can change color from black to white and vice versa in a matter of seconds. It is not yet clear whether the idea will be translated into serial production. The company said that it is unlikely, since the coating of the machine is extremely sensitive to temperature changes. But it looks impressive.
A car that can change color from black to white and vice versa in seconds.
In addition, an unmanned tractor was also presented at the exhibition. The creators claim that, unlike all other models, their car is really capable of working autonomously and does not need human control.
Startup Archelis from Japan has introduced an exoskeleton that can help people who are forced to be on their feet for a long time, such as surgeons or factory workers. The exoskeleton allows a person to sit down without leaving the workplace, temporarily move the center of gravity, giving rest to tired muscles. The uniqueness of the development lies in the fact that the design does not need a power source, since it is completely mechanical.
An exoskeleton that can help people who are forced to stay on their feet for a long time
And finally, a toy from Yukai Engineering. The Amagami Ham Ham teddy bear has only one function – it gnaws on your fingers. But it does it carefully and in ten available modes. According to the creators of the robotic “finger eater”, this helps a person get rid of not only stress, but also the bad habit of biting his nails himself.
The Amagami Ham Ham teddy bear has only one function – it gnaws on your fingers.