CES 2018: Laundry folding robot, bigger and rollable TVs, and Nokia sleep
· Fisker’s new luxury EMotion electric sedan is coming in 2020 with futuristic butterfly doors that open upwards at an angle.
· Bell Helicopter is looking to bring us autonomous air taxis. Uber is partnering with Bell to help develop the project for launch sometime in the 2020s.
· Samsung’s “The Wall” 4K TV is one of the largest (if not the biggest) TVs unveiled at CES 2018.
· LG is showing off its eye-popping 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV.
· 50-qubit quantum computer that is capable of processing more calculations and could be a game-changer for AI and machine-learning.
· FoldiMate laundry folding robot.
· Nokia has announced the Nokia Sleep, a bed sensor that sits under your mattress to provide you with data while you sleep.
· Fingerprint sensor under the display.
Scientists at Harvard University recently unveiled a metalens that has the potential to shrink the size of any device that uses a camera while at the same time improving performance.
While traditional lenses are made from glass, metalenses use a flat surface peppered with nanostructures to focus light. One problem with metalenses has been their inability to focus the full spectrum of light.
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