Assistive technology applications in the field of sports made a strong impression at CES 2018. Let’s take a look at some interesting inventions at CES 2018.
World boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has just launched a boxing training system based on VR technology. Using this system you can battle with boxing champion who has never lost.
James Williams, CEO of Mayweather Boxing plus Fitness, said: “Through every stage, you will learn how Floyd Mayweather defeats his rivals.”
There are also reflex training systems for athletes, helping athletes measure and practice their reflex speed.
“All major sports teams in the world use systems like this,” said Bob Bouw, sales representative of the Fitlight reflex system.
Meanwhile, a foldable electronic display system is used to measure hand-eye coordination, peripheral vision and many other reflex functions. This system serves the purpose of detecting whether athletes are experiencing a concussion.
Regular testing has also been scientifically proven to improve coordination smoothly – an indication that technology is strengthening for both the mental and physical aspects of sport.
There have been some interesting inventions introduced at the world’s largest consumer electronics exhibition (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas, USA.
Pouring wine without opening the bottle
Pouring wine without opening a bottle – what seems like only in this magic is true with Coravin special equipment. By piercing the cork with a tiny needle, users can pour out the wine while keeping the lid closed. As a result, the taste of expensive wines will be preserved, and the bottle can be kept in the cellar for a long time. However, the price of this product is also quite expensive, up to 999USD.
The TV can be rolled up
Flat-screen TVs, curved-screen TVs, and now even scrollable TVs. LG 65 “OLED TV, using flexible screen technology, when not in use can be rolled into the box to save space. So you can easily carry this TV to Wherever you want, users can use only part of the screen for a variety of purposes, such as checking the weather or adjusting music.
Listen to music while working, without wearing headphones, nor does it affect anyone – office workers’ dreams will come true with the smart device of an Israeli startup.
The system, called Noveto, can track faces and shape the position of the ears, and then transmit the sound straight there. This type of virtual headset promises to be widely used in cars or entertainment centers.