Considering Alexa has made its own way into every Internet-connected product, it was only a matter of time before the digital butler came in smart glasses. The Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses will help Alexa so that the wearers can ask for things such as the directions and the weather. This glass’s display sits more prominently in the view of the wearer than Google Glass and also looks much more colorful and crisp. If developers create compelling apps which blend Alexa’s capabilities and augmented reality, the Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses could have much more promising potential.
Byton wants to make your car become more like a living room rather than just a means of transportation. This is the idea behind its concept car, which is said to be launching in the U.S. in 2020 by the company.
The most striking characteristic of this car is its gigantic screen stretching across the entire dashboard. It will also provide facial recognition to identify the driver and load his or her settings when he or she enters the vehicle.
Because smartphone screens have gotten larger, they have become our entertainment devices. However, there are still some occasions that you may want to watch movies, dramas, or TV shows on a much larger screen while a TV isn’t nearby. That’s the reason why the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone has an integrated projector which can project 720p videos.
Philips’ product isn’t designed and produced to help you get more sleep, but to help you get the most out of your sleep. Philips’ headband emits a tone which is said to be able to improve slow wave sleep – the stage in the sleep cycle when breathing and brain waves slow to their lowest levels.