1. 3D webcams.
The eyes on the humanoid camera take dual footage, which is composited into one 3D image. (3D glasses sold separately.)
2. Rollable screens.
In 2006, Phillips debuted a prototype rollable screen that used E Ink and could hold an image for months without recharging.
3. Life Screens.
In 2009, Panasonic showcased a 150” plasma TV that they dubbed the “Life Screen.” At the time, it was the biggest plasma screen to debut.
4. 3D TVs (no glasses required).
In 2011, Toshiba delivered a prototype TV (that was on the market soon after) which offered 3D viewing without the need for special glasses.
5. Minority Report-style interfaces.
In 2010, Intel hosted a massive touchscreen that allowed users to interact with computers in a futuristic way.
6. 3D TV channels.
At the 2011 International CES, 3net debuted. 3net is the only 3D TV channel available. It’s a joint venture between Discovery, Sony, and IMAX, and it’s available on DirecTV.
7. Tablet-controlled drones.
In 2010, the AR.drone premiered at the International CES. Now for sale, it’s controlled through a tablet or phone. Video footage from the drone can be delivered to any Wi-Fi-enabled device as well.
8. Multi-View TVs.
Samsung premiered a new, curved OLED TV that was optimized for multiple media viewings on the same screen.
9. Transparent LCD screens.
It’s so Minority Report it hurts.
10. Personalized sleep optimization systems.
At this year’s CES, Withings debuted Aura, a system that analyzes all elements of your sleep environment to alter the lights and sounds, maximizing REM and melatonin production.
Biometric fitness headphones.
This year, Intel unveiled biometric head phones that provide fitness tracking capabilities. In addition listening to your favorite music, they can also measure your heart rate, calorie count, number of steps, as well as other health stats. Now that’s some smart ear buds!
Head over to Intel iQ to check out all of the other mind blowing innovations and announcements from CES 2014.