Our favorite tech show went online this year, but any which way it is served up, the annual CES truly is the global stage for innovation. It may not have had the full Vegas buzz, but some of the hot picks from this year’s event have us really excited.
Health Smart Trainer by Samsung
Samsung Health has designed a new Smart Trainer function for Samsung 2021 televisions. Intended to operate as a personal trainer, the function tracks users’ movements and analyzes their posture in real-time.
Video and interactive training are provided by voice control using Bixby, Samsung’s intelligent assistant. Detailed feedback is also provided in order to help users improve their workouts.
Beauté Rouge Sur Mesure Powered by Perso by L’Oréal
The Yves Saint Laurent Beauté Rouge Sur Mesure Powered by Perso is an AI-powered lipstick mixer. It contains three different colored lipstick pods of YSL Beauty Velvet Cream Matte Finish.
Distributed by L’Oréal, the lipstick mixer allows users to create their own
individual lipstick shades. An app lets users experiment with making shades onscreen, and can create new colors based on users’ outfits and images that they upload.
Project Hazel by Razer
Tech company Razer unveiled Project Hazel at CES 2021, which Razer describes as “the world’s smartest face mask” that is “safe, social and sustainable.” The concept design includes detachable active ventilators that can be recharged, with a transparent and light-up design means that users would be able to communicate with people around them more easily.
Wellness Toilet by TOTO
The world’s largest toilet manufacturer brought a new lavatory concept to CES this year. TOTO’s Wellness Toilet is designed to analyze its user’s feces, their “key outputs,” in order to access their health.
An accompanying app allows you to view the toilet’s assessments and offers information about how to improve your diet in the form of meal-planning suggestions. The Wellness Toilet is expected on the market within several years.