Intelligent Energy debuted some electronic prototypes of
theirs at this year’s CES show. They modified iMacs and
iPhones with small drill holes on their exterior that
essentially act as “breathing” holes and embedded a fuel
cell into each device. The chemical reaction of the oxygen
taken in from the “drill holes”, in addition to the release of
hydrogen inside the fuel cell, then produces energy to
power the device. Intelligent Energy claims the reaction
produces enough energy to power phones for up to a
week with regular use.
Technically the 184 AAV is a “drone”, but what’s so
awe inspiring about this particular drone is that it
carries a human passenger. The drone is
equipped with eight propellers and four arms, and
can fly on battery power for 23 minutes at 60 miles
an hour. The 184 AAV navigates its course
through an app, much like other drones.
Sensorwake is the first alarm clock of its kind! Rather
than waking up to a loud sound, wake up to a gradual
and gentle scent. Sensorwake has developed a series
of interchangeable capsules that mocks the scents of
espresso, croissants, chocolate, pepper mint, seaside,
and lush jungles. The "alarm clock" uses dry-air
diffusion that is certified by several air quality
organizations. In the event that you do not wake from
the scent, the device includes a backup sound alarm.
Family Hub Refrigerator
With Wi-Fi Touchscreen
Samsung's new kitchen appliance will change the way we
entertain and connect with our food, family, and friends.
The touchscreen on the front acts as a tablet which gives
you access to a calendar, notes and weather. The family
hub allows you to stream news, tv, and music straight from
your household appliance! The fridge features an interior
camera which enables you to manage your food remotely.