The concepts showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 might give us a glimpse of what the future of technology looks like. With over 4,500 gadget exhibitors from all over the world, one can easily miss out on some of the biggest concepts from CES 2020.
So, here is a curated list of the 5 Biggest Concepts From CES 2020:
Sony’s Electric Vehicle: Vision-S
One of the biggest surprises of CES 2020 was the unveiling of an electric car by Sony. The Sony Vision-S is a futuristic prototype car that comes loaded with sensors for monitoring its passengers and surroundings. The car is also equipped with Sony’s own infotainment system with spatial audio.
However, Sony is not planning to mass-produce the car. The car was made to showcase how Sony’s sensors and screens could be of use in the automotive future. As per Sony, “This prototype vehicle is intended to illustrate our future concepts in the area of mobility”.
Toyota’s Smart City: Woven City
Toyota unveiled its plan on building a “city of the future” equipped with future technologies such as self-driving vehicles run on hydrogen fuel cells, robots, smart homes and new forms of personal mobility. Toyota is calling it the Woven City.
For this, Toyota will be using a 175-acre plot of land near Mount Fuji in Japan. The land will be used to build a “living laboratory” that will include full-time residents and researchers who will test and develop technologies such as autonomy, robotics, personal mobility, and smart homes, in a real-world environment.
Samsung’s exoskeleton system: GEMS
Samsung showcased its G.E.M.S. (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System) exoskeleton last CES as walking assistance. This year, the GEMS was showcased as an exercising assistance. GEMS pairs with AR glasses and a handset to provide you with an AR workout assistant. Here is a video of GEMS in action during the CES 2020:
Impossible Pork: A plant-based pork meat substitute
Impossible Foods, the brand behind the Impossible Burger 2.0 at last year’s CES launched a plant-based pork replacement this CES called the Impossible Pork. They claim that the Impossible Pork is much healthier than Pork meat. hey also plan to roll out Impossible Sausage later this month.
Dell Alienware Concept UFO: PC Gaming On The Go
Dell showed off the Alienware Concept UFO, a portable gaming system that resembles the Nintendo Switch. The Concept UFO is a fully configured and capable Windows 10 PC. Alienware has confirmed that the 8″ Concept UFO is equipped with an Intel’s 10th generation Core processor. So, it can run most of the PC games despite of its small form-factor.
All of the above-mentioned concepts are unique and innovative in themselves and this list is made just to give the readers a quick introduction to these new concepts. What do you think about the ‘The 5 Biggest Concepts From CES 2020’ list?