the helmet to sleep better

14 Weirdest and Gadgets From a Sleeping Helmetat at CES 2020

There’s only one thing we like better than a tech event full of innovations: a tech event full of rare gadgets. That is why we like CES 2020 so much , the first tech event of the year, because if a company has a strange, funny, curious or peculiar gadget , it will surely take advantage of the event to show it, because in the 185,000 square meters that are available for exhibitions in the Las Vegas Convention Center has room for everyone.

The URGONight is a helmet that connects to the mobile and that, according to the manufacturer, serves to “learn to activate the natural ability of the brain to sleep well” . To do this, the device makes an encephalogram to measure brain activity and has a mobile application from which you can access brain training.

SelfieType, the invisible keyboard with artificial intelligence from Samsung
SelfieType , a Samsung keyboard that uses artificial intelligence and the internal camera of the mobile to map our fingers and emulate writing .

Royole Mirage, the smart speaker with a folding screen
Google has its Nest, Amazon its Echo and Apple its Homepod, and now it has been Royole, creator of the first commercial folding mobile , who has wanted to join the trend with the Royole Mirage . Obviously, we are talking about a manufacturer of folding screens, so its main attraction is that the speaker incorporates one of them .

Sony Vision S, Sony’s electric car with 33 sensors
Sony, which we know above all for consoles, televisions and audio equipment, has gone through CES to show us a prototype of an electric car. Because knowing the PS5 logo and some of its features is fine, but seeing an electric car equipped with all kinds of sensors is even better .

Bzigo, a laser pointer to detect mosquitoes
Is there anything worse than being peacefully asleep and waking up to the buzzing of a mosquito ? Yes, wake up and not know where it is, go back to sleep and wake up again by the same buzz. There are two options: turn on the light, blind yourself completely and try to locate him or surrender to him and try to make it through the night as best you can.

Lioness 2, the vibrator with artificial intelligence
Lioness 2, a vibrator with artificial intelligence . This is the evolution of the original Lioness, which has been improved after having “researched and analyzed more than 30,000 orgasms.”

Prinker, the automatic tattoo artist
One of the problems with tattoos is that they are permanent. If you do regret it, there is no turning back, unless you are willing to shell out a generous amount of money (and suffer some pain) for laser treatment. The solution? Prinker , a portable device that prints temporary tattoos using cosmetic ink in seconds.

Perso, L’Oreal’s cosmetics maker based on AI
Perso is a kind of “printer” that mixes lipstick, foundation and personal care products in a personalized way. To do this, it has an artificial intelligence that “gets smarter over time” and that analyzes our photos or the photos of other people to offer personalized makeup.

Samsung Ballie, a tennis ball to control household devices
It is a robot shaped like a tennis ball that promises to perform functions as varied as taking care of home automation or our exercise sessions. Besides as a toy for children and pets, everything is said.

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