Top 10 Innovations You May Have Missed at CES 2020

Top 10 Innovations You May Have Missed at CES 2020

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world’s largest and most influential technology event, showcasing the latest and greatest innovations in consumer electronics. While CES is known for its big-ticket announcements, there are also a number of smaller innovations that often go unnoticed.

Here are 10 of the most innovative products and technologies that you may have missed at CES 2020:

Smart Skin

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, unveiled a new type of “smart skin” that can be used to create artificial intelligence-powered robots and prosthetics. The skin is made of a soft, stretchy material that is embedded with sensors that can detect pressure, temperature, and humidity. This data is then used to control the robot’s or prosthetic’s movements in real time.

Self-Healing Concrete

Dutch researchers developed a new type of self-healing concrete that can repair itself when it cracks. The concrete is made with a special type of bacteria that produces a calcium carbonate paste when it comes into contact with water. This paste fills in the cracks and makes the concrete stronger than before.

Edible Packaging

A company called Evoware developed a new type of edible packaging that is made from seaweed. The packaging is designed to dissolve in water or be composted, making it a more sustainable alternative to traditional plastic packaging.

AI-Powered Glasses

A company called Nreal unveiled a new pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses that are powered by artificial intelligence. The glasses can be used to display information and interact with digital objects in real time.

Wearable Translator

A company called Waverly Labs unveiled a new wearable translator that can translate over 20 languages in real time. The translator is designed to be worn like a pair of earbuds and is small and lightweight enough to be worn all day long.

AI-Powered Toothbrush

A company called Kolibree developed a new AI-powered toothbrush that can track your brushing habits and provide feedback on how to improve your brushing technique. The toothbrush also has a built-in sensor that can detect plaque buildup.

Smart Mattress

A company called Eight Sleep developed a smart mattress that can track your sleep quality and adjust its temperature to help you sleep better. The mattress also has a built-in alarm that can wake you up at the optimal time in your sleep cycle.

Self-Driving Stroller

A company called Glüxkind developed a self-driving stroller that can follow parents as they walk or run. The stroller is also equipped with a variety of sensors that can detect obstacles and keep the baby safe.

Smart Mirror

A company called HiMirror developed a smart mirror that can analyze your skin and provide feedback on your skincare routine. The mirror can also be used to apply makeup and take selfies.

AI-Powered Home Robot

A company called Samsung unveiled a new AI-powered home robot called Ballie. Ballie is designed to be a companion and assistant, and can perform a variety of tasks, including playing music, turning on lights, and controlling smart devices.


These are just a few of the many innovative products and technologies that were showcased at CES 2020. While some of these innovations may still be in their early stages of development, they have the potential to revolutionize the way we live and work in the future.