CES or the Consumer Electronics Show is the largest show of consumer electronics in the US. It is held yearly in Las Vegas, Nevada, and showcases amazing innovations in consumer electronics.
On day one, we had access to a sneak peek of what would be on the show floor. Some of the things that stood out to me were…
“SkinStacks”, a collaboration between “Nourished” and “Neutrogena”. It is a set of personalized vitamins for skin health. Made using a specialized 3D printer.
Neutrogena said in its press release that its new partnership with Nourished represents “a new dimension of comprehensive inside-out skin care.”
“At Neutrogena, we are grounded in the belief that beauty begins with healthy skin and are proud of a heritage that consistently delivers skincare solutions built at the intersection of science and technology, in a way that makes sophisticated science simple and inclusive for our consumers,” Roberto Khoury, senior vice president of Neutrogena, said in a statement. “Working with Nourished allows us to further that commitment by marrying our award-winning digital skin assessment with Nourished elegant 3D printing technology to create on-demand dietary supplements to help consumers meet their personal skincare goals.”
The “I-Percut” is a smart punching bag that tracks your performance based on impact strength and speed.
“I-Perskin transforms your punching bag into a boxing analysis tool. With luminous targets equipped with ultrasensitive sensors, your punching bag becomes interactive and guides you in your exercises.”
Finally, “inspired by Japanese transformable toys,” the foldable Icoma Bike is a portable electric bike that can fold into the size of a suitcase. This bike was created to accommodate limited parking spaces in Japan. However, it has wide applicability to provide a sustainable and affordable transportation option for people word wide.