Written by Oryx
Following the Consumer Electronics Show last month, we look at some of the CES Innovation Awards 2016 honourees.
Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Speakers
The BeoLab 90 loudspeaker’s Active Room Compensation technology makes up for the impact of your room, your furniture, the location of the loudspeakers, and the listening position, and with loudspeaker drivers placed in various directions, the Beam Direction Control can steer the sound to your favourite listening location. Available at Fifty One East, Doha.
Samsung Gear S2
The smartwatch centres on a circular infrastructure with a rotating bezel, which allows users to easily and precisely navigate the interface with the turn of a dial – from real-time sports updates to functioning as a payment system.
ODG R-7 Smart Glasses
Advanced smart glasses featuring ultra-transparent 3D stereoscopic displays and packed with innovative technologies in a small, light, and sleek design. Fully integrated with unparalleled display clarity, on-board processing power, and system accuracy.
Chisel measures body-fat percentage with gold-standard accuracy, and muscle quality of up to 24 muscles. Know when you are losing fat and gaining muscle and get tailored fitness advice for optimal workouts.
The Lily Camera is the world’s first throw-and-shoot-camera. The product combines computer vision, GPS, and stable, high-resolution image capture with no set-up or controller required. Just throw Lily in the air to start a new video.