Military robots conquer air, land without humans
Jul 15, 2013 1:54 PM -
The prototype glasses overlay navigation information at a CES demonstration.
The system uses a camera and radar to watch ahead and handle heavy traffic so you don't have to. It's both liberating and a little scary.
Think you haven't seen anything truly new at CES? Then check out The Hive's Amplicity line that includes two dockable computers, one sold entirely by subscription.
There are some intriguing concepts within this work in progress, but it will be expensive to outfit an entire house using this approach.
The first FDA-approved robotic exoskeleton is literally changing lives.
The Anova looks a bit like a hand mixer, but it circulates water and monitors temperature for you. Best of all, it's affordable.
The Parrot Pot and Parrot H20 wants to take the guesswork out of houseplants.
Sony's new AX43 camcorder shoots in 4K video with impressive image stabilization for $1,000.