CES 2016 is starting from January 6th, 2016 in Las Vegas. The innovations and awe-inspiring products will spread across 2.4 million sq. feet of exhibition space. From giants to aspiring startups, all are joining the bandwagon to showcase what they have got to show and how they make this world a better place. Let’s have a quick roundup of what you can expect at CES 2016.
Are Drones Getting Better?
There have always been concerns about the safety of drones. The laws governing the use of drones for commercial purpose are still far from perfect. This, however, has given emerging tech companies to come up with better solutions.
GoPro, action-camera maker company, may offer a first peek of its aircraft at CES 2016. PowerUp FPV, Uvify, and Fleye are ready to show-off their own drones.
Will Virtual Reality be a reality this Year?
A lot has already been said about VR devices. There was a lot of excitement around Oculus’s VR headsets last year. This year HTC vive and PlayStation VR headsets are expected to be available for end-users. Samsung Rink sensors, the new VR controllers which allow users to actively involve in the visual reality gaming (remember Jukerberg playing a game of archery with headsets on),is debuting in CESWhat’s that-new-thing cooking in the VR division, we may come to know in Vegas.
The New and more Human-Like Robots
Robots are a never-ending work-in-progress. This is due to the hundreds of ways these human-like machine can interact with their creators, humans (of course). There is crowdfunding star robot from Jibo, the US startup. Jibo will be showcasing its social-robot in the event. There is a companion robot as well in the form of Buddy.
Is Faraday Future the future?
It is one of the most exciting companies to look forward to in CES 2016. Faraday Future, a Chinese automaker, has promised to unveil a concept that could disrupt the automobile sector. Riding high on the money, Faraday Future has lured many executives into joining them. All eyes are set on this new force.
A Technology caring more for your Fitness
Fitbit devices are expected to be showcased at CES 2016 with better software and a more attractive design overhaul. Wearables targeted at women are also going to make a mark in this category as Wisewear is intended to mix tech with luxury jewelery. Who said the gadgets are only for geeks and die-hard enthusiasts?
This is too small a list to cover everything “tech” that is going to unfold at CES but may give you an idea why the event is successful at attracting some of the best innovations.