January 25, 2024
5 min read
Written by
Danielle Contreras
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January 25, 2024
5 min read
Written by
Danielle Contreras
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Consumer Electronics Show 2024: Mind-Blowing Technologies We’re Excited About!

What is CES?

CES (Consumer Electronics Show)  is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association. Held in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Winchester, Nevada, United States, the event typically hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. Every year, CES draws a diverse collection of attendees, exhibitors, thought leaders and media from across the globe.

By the numbers:

  • 2.5-plus million net square feet of exhibits, a 15% increase over CES 2023, filled CES 2024 venues.

  • More than 4300 exhibitors, including 1400-plus startups at Eureka Park, displayed their solutions.
  • Of the 135,000 or more attendees, a record of more than 40% came from 150 countries, regions and territories.

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Who can go to CES?

If you are thinking of attending CES next year, you should know that the trade show is not open to the general public. CES is a trade-only event for individuals 18 years of age or older and affiliated with the consumer technology industry. To attend CES, you must meet the registration requirements set for your individual registration type – industry attendee, media or exhibitor.

Best New Technology at CES


1. MouthPad^ by Augumental

If you can use your tongue, you can use a mouse to engage with digital devices. Augmental, an MIT Media Lab spinoff, has developed and launched MouthPad. This fully customized wearable device uses Bluetooth for hands-free, tongue-driven control of the user’s computer, smartphone or tablet. According to Augmental, the device can be used as an “11th finger” by anyone seeking a new way to seamlessly interact with personal devices.

2. GyroGlove by GyroGear

GyroGear has developed the world’s most advanced hand tremor stabilizer, and to the best of our knowledge, the first mechanical gyroscope medical device. The GyroGlove features a high-performance gyroscope, which instantaneously stabilizes hand tremors, resulting in restoration of quality of life. Approximately 200 million individuals globally suffer from lifelong, incurable hand tremors (Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor), greatly diminishing their quality of life.

3. OrCam Hear

Powered by cutting-edge AI technology and proprietary voice enhancement deep learning models, OrCam Hear isolates the voices of distinct speakers using their voice signatures to seamlessly amplify the targeted speakers, while effectively removing other voices and ambient noise. OrCam Hear enables people to overcome the difficulty to understand speech in noisy situations, known as the "cocktail party problem," a well-recognized challenge for traditional hearing aids. This overwhelming cacophony can lead to avoidance of social situations, which significantly impacts overall quality of life. The OrCam Hear helps people who are hard of hearing to discern and focus on specific voices in various social situations.

Cool Tech

1. LG’s World’s First Wireless Transparent OLED TV

LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled the world’s first wireless transparent OLED TV at CES 2024. The LG SIGNATURE OLED T is a true technological marvel, combining a transparent 4K OLED screen and LG’s wireless video and audio transmission technology to transform the screen experience in ways that have never been possible before. The OLED T unlocks a world of near-limitless potential, giving users the unprecedented freedom to meticulously curate their living spaces. This is complemented by the class-leading picture quality and performance of LG OLED, powered by the new α (Alpha) 11 AI processor. A genuine game changer, LG’s transparent OLED is the winner of five CES 2024 Innovation Awards, including a Best of Innovation honor.

2. Xreal Air 2 Ultra AR Glasses

China-based XR company Xreal (previously Nreal) announced its newest pair of glasses at CES 2024, marking the company’s return to augmented reality right as Apple is getting ready to release its $3,500 Vision Pro. Called Air 2 Ultra, the device is the first in the company’s most recent suite of glasses to incorporate inside-out tracking since the introduction of its consumer Nreal Light glasses in 2021.Unlike its more recent Air 2 and Air 2 Pro, Air 2 Ultra are ‘true’ AR glasses in that they include cameras mounted on the face of the device. Xreal promises a next-generation user experience powered by the latest developments in the spatial computing landscape. Positioned as a lightweight and more affordable competitor to the Apple Vision Pro headset, these specs could deliver the innovative AR experience businesses have been searching for.

3. Samsung Ballie

Samsung Electronics introduced a new version of its AI home companion robot, Ballie, first introduced at CES 2020, which has been revamped with new advanced features to help users intelligently navigate their lives. Ballie acts as a personal home assistant, autonomously driving around the home to complete various tasks. By connecting to and managing home appliances, Ballie can provide a helping hand to users in many situations — continually learning from users’ patterns and habits to provide smarter, more personalized services. Ballie provides peace of mind by sending video updates of pets or loved ones to users’ devices when they’re away from home. What’s more, Ballie can set the mood for any home activity whether users are exercising, working or relaxing. From projecting workout videos on the wall or floor in an optimal size to playing music and answering phone calls, Ballie makes life at home more productive and enjoyable.

CES next year

If you’re interested in checking out CES for yourself next year, you can find more information here. CES 2025 will be held in Las Vegas from January 7 to January 10 2025. Will you be there?


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