Winners of three CES 2017 Innovation Award categories, ODG built the R-9 smartglasses on the company’s highly intuitive Project Horizon platform.
PowerRay, the only underwater drone featured at CES 2017, is a detachable Fishfinder capable of diving 30 meters (98 feet) underwater for up to 4 hours.
Taking approximately 10 seconds per item, FoldiMate’s patented Easy Clipping feeder technology promises a consistent, high-quality folding experience.
LOLIWARE, the first edible cup, is made out of sustainable seaweed that is 100% all-natural, non-GMO, gelatin-free and comes in five different flavors.
Don’t let its 58cm stature fool you – NAO is a humanoid robot armed with a host of sensors, motors, cameras and an intuitive AI platform open to developers.
Satisfying all U.S. and European safety regulations, the Smartbe intelligent stroller is poised to revolutionize the childcare industry through innovation, minimalism, and safety.
With a simple focus on eliminating hair damage caused by extreme heat, the Dyson Supersonic dryer is revolutionizing hair care.
Makers of the Relonch 291, an APS-C fixed lens camera and digital photo-editing service, hope to transform the way we capture, edit and store images.
Slimbox, set to launch in September of 2017, is a fully customizable small business solution that is poised to revolutionize the packaging industry.
Designed for travel as well as casual sports, Vibram Furoshiki shoes allow you to step inside their malleable rubber soles and encase your foot in stretchy fabric.
With their recent FDA 510 (K) clearance, Clarius allows access to high-resolution ultrasound images for those with a smart device.
With a simple snap of the wrist, Nixie goes from a high-tech wristband to a lightweight (0.1 lbs) quadcopter that knows exactly where its user is at all times.