These gadgets wowed audiences at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. (c/o The Daily Beast)
Vehicle Diagnostics by Delphi: Verizon customers will soon be able to track their vehicleâs diagnostics, locate the vehicle, and shut down the engine if the carâs been stolenâ all from your mobile device.
Flower Power by Parrot: Flower Power is a digitally inclined monitor that will test your plants' conditions against an ideal environment for that type, and keep you posted via an iPhone app.
HAPIfork: This gadget sends a buzz through your fork when it determines youâre shoveling food into your mouth faster than you should, which probably is as unsightly as it is unhealthful.
Horizon 27 by Lenovo: This 27-inch "interpersonal computer" allows four people to use it simultaneously.
Lexus Self-Driving Car: The Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle is designed to drive on its own, with no pesky human interference.
Panasonic VieraConnect TV: A camera built into this smart TV will identify your face and automatically bring up your favorite features and apps on a custom home screen when you turn it on.
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Samsung NX300 Wi-Fi Camera: The cameras in Samsungâs new line are all compatible with an Android and iOS mobile app that allows you to instantly push photos to your phone and computer, which will allow you to transfer to friendsâ devices or wirelessly upload onto your favorite Internet photo-sharing outlet.
Sculpteo: This new startup snagged this yearâs CES Design and Engineering Best of Innovations award for its 3DP case creation tool that allows you to design your own complex iPhone case, which the company will print on 3D printers and ship to you.
Trakdot: If youâre predisposed to lose things or get on the wrong side of the Transportation Security Administration, this luggage-finding gadget is for you. Just pack it with your checked baggage and the SIM card will transmit location data so that when your suitcase doesnât appear at baggage claim, youâll still be able to find it.
Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses: Vuzix unveiled a working model of its smartphone glasses, which run on Android, and allow you to make calls, navigate via a computer interface, and watch videos.