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Our Favorite Technologies We Saw at CES 2018

We've come back from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show with several favorite examples of technology and design.

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be remembered for many things: an unexpected winter deluge that left attendees scrambling for cover and the Las Vegas Convention Center leaking from every corner, the ensuing nearly 2-hour blackout, a jaw-dropping 146-inch television, the unexpected ornamental splendor of a chandelier-like 50-Qubit quantum computer, the emerging horizon of 8K displays, and the confluence of smart home devices into cohesive experiences available wherever we go.

Exhibitors at this year’s show honed in on evolutionary refinements; compared to previous shows, the overall “wow” factor was dimmed, but there was a palpable sense the promise of smart technology was finally coalescing into a more cohesive experience versus the patchwork landscape that has characterized connecting the smart home category.

Integration of AI and voice command seemingly spilled forth from nearly every corner of the show, with personal robots continuing to dazzle attendees (despite their charm, none were truly yet ready for primetime), and the biggest players like Google, Amazon, Samsung, and Intel all staking claim to tying the loose shoelaces of smart technologies vying to take control of the home, office, and automobile.
Exciting for some, while horrifying for others, the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies at CES promise a future with an increasing amount of listening and speaking between user and machines. This also means technology’s presence is evolving beyond the need for traditional physical controls or interfaces, integrating invisibly into previously unexplored forms (though we still stand in appreciation of the tactile…long live dials and buttons!).
After surveying countless products across numerous halls and meeting rooms, we present our picks for the most interesting designs and technologies at CES 2018 below:

Samsung “Bring Objects to Life” Concept Home

Samsung’s blindingly pristine concept “home” caught our eye with its futuristic interior decor, one envisioning not only a stain-free existence, but also homes where the perpetual aid of a cloud-powered AI exists everywhere. Samsung promises their SmartThings-powered ecosystem will simplify and unify the increasing amount of connected devices into a singular experience aesthetically executed (as showcased in the rest of their CES exhibit), and their all-white home of the future gave us a glimpse how it might all work.
Hidden inside furniture, underneath bathroom counters, and even inside a planter pot, Samsung’s voice-activated Bixby digital assistant followed a presenter across numerous spaces and situations, turning on and off televisions, air conditioners, ovens, and lights by voice. Privacy concerns aside, voice operated ecosystems will become the defacto standard by which users will o...
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