Last month we talked in this blog about the Consumer Electronics Show and why we as parents and educators should care about it.
This month we wanted to take a look at what was presented at the show. Our resident Children’s Technology expert Dr. Warren Buckleitner of the Children’s Technology thought were ‘pretty cool’. Included below are videos so we can see the show through his eyes and get his insight into the show.
- My Waymo Self Driving Car video lets you see what your autonomous car sees, as it sucks up the information from your town’s streets to make itself smarter.
- The Wall by Samsung lets you build screens out of HD 6 by 8 inch blocks. This could have huge implications for classrooms or libraries. Why? You can make your big screen match your space, rather than the other way around.
- Philips Avent Smart Baby Bottle is one of several cool baby gadgets I sent to the mother of my Grandson (aka my daughter). She’ll never use such a thing because she doesn’t even have a microwave. But this bottle can send information about the liquid inside the bottle to your smart phone via bluetooth, so you can check the temperature or track amounts and feeding times.
What are you most excited to see in your home in the future?