Gadgets, gizmos and game-changing tech at CES – Elite Agent
Flying taxis, colour-changing BMWs and sensational technology that immerses you in the metaverse… It was all on show at CES 2022, and as Cass Charlesworth writes, some of it has applications for real estate.
If there’s one annual event that offers a window into the future, it’s the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Packed full of innovative gadgets, game-changing tech and all the latest bright, shiny objects, it’s an expo that attracts the who’s who of the tech sphere to showcase their latest developments.
CES 2022 didn’t disappoint, offering up everything from new applications for artificial intelligence, to flying taxis, a whole host of health tech and some pretty interesting ways to explore the metaverse.
Here’s a small snapshot of what was on show at CES 2022, and how it might apply to real estate.
AI humans can host your video
We all know the power of video, but there’s expense associated with ensuring a professional production.
That’s where artificial intelligence is about to step in, and this could seriously be a game-changer for those who are camera shy.
AI Studios by DeepBrain AI is an award-winning video production tool that makes it easy to produce videos without the need to film or even employ real people.
Rather than set up a studio with lights, cameras and crew, simply type the script, and AI Humans will speak naturally while using body language and gestures just like real presenters.
The team behind AI Studios also have a further offering that creates virtual avatars of real humans, so in the future it’s feasible that you could make a likeness of yourself and have your avatar present videos on your behalf.
Keep your video in focus
While we’re talking video content, the Pivo Pod Pro X is a neat little tool that makes creating professional looking videos a whole lot easier.
Basically, it’s a smart phone stand that uses AI to track the movements of the video host and then swivels on its base to follow them. It can also automatically zoom in and out while keeping the host in focus.
The pod connects with apps that offer a series of different modes including video call, tracking mode, virtual presentation and a tour mode that captures 360-degree videos of a location.
There’s already a swathe of wearable tech out there, but what about a nice bit of bling that could literally save your life?
MyEli is a chic looking connected jewel that allows the wearer to alert emergency contacts should they feel in danger.
It works by connecting to your smartphone via Bluetooth and its application is customisable so you can trigger multiple actions to occur in an emergency.
MyEli picked up an honoree innovation award at CES 2022 and it’s easy to understand why. It could make an ideal gift for the property manager, agent or any family member concerned about their personal safety.
An anti-snoring pillow
Speaking of health and safety tech, there’s now a pillow complete with airbags that addresses that age old issue of snoring.
The Motion Pillow 3 senses the user’s head position and if it detects the sound of snoring, …….