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The Best Future-Tech Gadgets At CES 2018

The future is upon us! With Augmented and Virtual Reality quickly spreading through modern markets, entrepreneurs all over the world are taking advantage of new and advanced technologies to make all of your science fiction fantasies come true. Some of these gadgets might be a little on the pricey side, but that doesn’t change the fact that you can now put a full-sized wall-mounted holographic projector into your living room

  1. A Full Sized Wall-Mounted Holographic Projector: Hypervsn Wall

Kino-Mo’s Hypervsn Wall has been getting a lot of attention recently, and for good reason. While not quite as small and portable as the holographic projectors in Star Wars, these room-sized setups do have one advantage that their fictional counterparts lack: These holograms are displayed in mid-air, with no visible surface to be projecting off of. The surface is fully programmable and can easily display custom holographic images in real time. The device can create images as large as 3 meters long, but will cost a steep $3,200 each. No announcements on release date or availability have been made so far.

2. The Robot Dog Sidekick: Sony Aibo 2018

It’s not a mecha-wolf with wings, but its getting there. Sony’s Aibo has been shown off at other events in the past, but now this old pup has returned with some new tricks. New upgrades to the dog’s on-board AI allow it to recognize and react to multiple family members as well as connect to the cloud to improve its ability to store and process everything it learns from living with you. Pricing and availability have yet to be announced, but you can check out the Robo-Pup in action here.

3.  Augmented Reality Lazer Tag: Merge 6DoF Blaster

It’s a concept that’s been seen in media many times before: An Augmented Reality game that can transform the world into a virtual playground. One second an on-screen character and friends are standing in an empty parking lot, but after a few taps on a virtual device, the parking lot transforms into a battle arena complete with virtual walls and terrain. This new device looks to bring that fantasy to life. It uses Six Degrees Of Freedom (6DoF) technology to accurately track AR environments in real-time, allowing you to run around and duck under cover as you evade digital projectiles. Price and availability have not been announced, but check out this footage of the blaster in action for a closer look.

4. Tron Meets A Toaster Meets A Car: Toyota’s e-Pallete

While this design is nowhere near complete, it undoubtedly takes inspirations from many sci-fi adaptations of films and media. The car is sleek, blocky, and awkward looking, and would surely stand out against a modern everyday backdrop. Then again, maybe that’s the point: Toyota describes them as “fully-automated, next generation battery electric vehicle[s] designed to be scalable and customizable for a range of Mobility as a Service businesses.” The large screens on the sides create massive amounts of advertisement space for any company that chooses to adopt the vehicle, so attracting a few unwary eyes would serve directly to their benefit.

Pretty impressive, right? There was a lot shown off at this year’s CES. Quite possibly too much for most people to read through. So we’re going to lighten up on the descriptions to show off a few more items that we found especially spectacular.

5. ForwardX CS1 Suitcase

Tired of hauling your luggage through crowded airports? The CS1 is here to introduce you to the future! Now, your suitcase is AI-controlled and will automatically follow you through crowded hallways, no babysitting needed. Video.

6. LG Display Roll-Up TV

You read correctly – This HD screen can be rolled up like a poster for maximum portability. Video.

7. Vizux Blade AR Smart Glasses

Watch out, Iron Man! The real world is catching up. These clunky but normal looking sunglasses feature a built-in camera, microphone, and funnel Amazon’s powerful Alexa AI assistant straight into your eardrums. Video.

8. Blade Shadow

Super high-end gaming at a fair monthly price. Don’t feel like shelling out the dough for a top-of-the-line gaming PC that will be obsolete in three or four years? The Blade Shadow is a subscription-based service aimed to make that leap a little more reasonable. The shadow is a cloud-based top-gear computer that users can rent for $35 monthly and connect to their own PC’s or Tablets. The device will handle all the heavy processing, ensuring you get the best experience for only $35 per month.

Check out more details from the tech show for a vast array of new gadgets you’ll be dying to get your hands on when they launch in the near future.

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