From humidity-tracking headphones to a health-monitoring bulb, the companies at CES launched a bevy of tech products this week that we never thought we needed. Here’s a look at some of the show’s most notable retail-focused innovations.
Beauty thing: L’Oreal unveiled Colorsonic, an upcoming wearable home device next year that allows consumers to evenly blend and apply hair color, as well as a virtual hair color test tool for hair color users. lounges.
- P&G launched an “ultra-personalized” Oral-B smart toothbrush that senses where in your mouth you brush and offers “area-by-area” advice (there is already a waiting list), and it’s entered the metaverse – you knew someone would – with a virtual experience called BeautySPHERE.
- After teasing the concept last year, startup Ninu introduced an app-controlled “smart scent” that includes 100 scents in a bottle.
Automatic pilot: Deere & Co. has launched a fully autonomous John Deere tractor that can be monitored via a mobile app, aimed at improving large-scale agriculture, which will go on sale later this year.
- Meanwhile, for undecided auto buyers, BMW introduced a color-changing car.
Devour: Looks like the robots are taking over – LG has exhibited its new autonomous door-to-door delivery robot that is suitable for outdoor excursions (even on slopes and sidewalks). And the new AI-powered food processor from food tech startup Beyond Honeycomb can learn how to reproduce chef-quality dishes.
Plus, there are a lot of things we didn’t have room to mention, like invisible headphones or a backpack that helps you find your missing iPhone, which is embarrassing if it was in the bag. back all the time.THIS