CES 2023: BHeart offers a self-charging health tracker

MSI invents the pencil that doubles as a computer stylus

Yes, it is a pencil that the electronics giant MSI offers. But it also allows you to write on a screen like a stylus.

The trick is, in fact, to reload the pencil with real graphite tips, except that this graphite is light enough to mark a notebook but enough to leave the slightest trace on a screen.

A health tracker without recharging!

BHeart offers a bracelet to turn all watches into health trackers. Big advantage: it produces 100% of its autonomy using body heat or ambient light.


How to Limit Online Video Bandwidth?

Vidmizer, a French statup present at CES, has developed a new codec that reduces videos in weight and size by 70% at equal quality.


What if screens replaced special effects?

As part of CES, Sony unveiled an impressive video to show the quality of its screens. A giant wall that allows you to display a real digital decor with exceptional quality.

A way to replace classic decorations… but also green backgrounds.

LG wants to help you sleep with its headphones

Developed in partnership with SleepWave Company, the LG Breeze in-ear wireless earphones aim to help their users sleep comfortably. Indeed, this model has the ability to detect brain waves and reproduce and broadcast sounds synchronized with the brain that help sleep and improve the quality of sleep.

LG Breeze headphones
LG Breeze headphones © LG

For this, these headphones incorporate different sensors that identify brain wave frequencies and, using this collected information, reproduce the most appropriate sound. In addition to directly integrating 80 sounds, such as lullabies and peaceful sounds of nature, these devices can also sync with users’ favorite music or videos on Youtube.

The Breeze also includes a series of sensors capable of measuring sleep and activity time in order to be able to analyze sleep posture and movements performed during the night.

Razer and its soundbar equipped with a camera for a better sound experience

Razer equips its soundbar, Leviathan V2 Pro, with an infrared camera to know where the user is and create a complete and immersive sound experience.

The soundbar attempts to replicate the experience of headphones. Thanks to the camera, the bar changes the direction of the sound in real time.

Razer soundbar changes color
The Razer soundbar changes color © Razer

A little extra gadget, the enclosure equipped with an RGB border changes color. The Leviathan V2 Pro will be released next February at a price of 489.99 euros.

An artificial intelligence stroller

A connected and motorized stroller. The company Gluxkind, invented a stroller equipped with a two-motor system and sensors that scan the environment at 360 degrees.

The stroller moves alone without hands, when the baby is in the arms of his parents and is not inside. It also brakes when the parents stop or advances at the pace of the walk.

Lenovo unveils its first dual-screen OLED PC

If one screen isn’t enough for you, Lenovo has you covered. The Yoga Book 9i has two 13-inch OLED screens each. Everything is even stackable.

Technically, the user can use the lower screen like a conventional computer with a separate keyboard or add a second stackable screen.

The Yoga Book 9i will be available in July 2023 from 2299 euros.
The Yoga Book 9i will be available in July 2023 from 2299 euros. © Lenovo

Like Microsoft’s Surface Neo, Lenovo is primarily aimed at professionals. The Yoga Book 9i will be available in July 2023 from 2299 euros.

A smart baby monitor to prevent sudden infant death syndrome

To avoid cases of sudden infant death while sleeping, the Chillax company has developed a camera equipped with sensors placed above the baby’s bed to monitor its movements.

If the baby sleeps in a dangerous position, the parents receive an alert on their phone.

With its robot, Emobot wants to detect signs of depression in isolated people

Present at CES, the company has developed an artificial intelligence capable of analyzing a person’s emotions. The objective is to fight against mental health disorders by detecting them as early as possible.

It took more than 15 years of research to develop this artificial intelligence. It is thus possible to follow the emotional state of a person continuously in order to detect a possible deterioration or, for example, warning signs of depression.

In total, Emobot’s little robot can analyze seven million emotional data per year. Thanks to his camera, he takes into account the expressions of the face, the dynamism of the movements.

More information here.

Buttons to communicate with your animals

The company FluentPet has imagined a system of buttons to communicate with its animals.

“Thank you”, “happy birthday”, “ball”, the dog must press with his paw on one of the buttons to communicate with his master. The words are customizable from an application.

The head of the company even advises to start with words that the dog recognizes in everyday situations.

A good year for French Tech?

The new French Tech companies are very Business to Business oriented and the CleanTech part is very important, according to the observation made by Nicolas Dufourcq, CEO of BpiFrance.

“The new generations of entrepreneurs are very invested in the issue of climate change,” he continues.

The objective for French and European companies is to face “the American steamroller”, while the tech world is in crisis. However, French Tech raised a record in 2022, to the tune of 14 billion euros.

Sometimes improbable innovations

The CES is also synonymous with gadgets at exorbitant prices. Like this light, transportable and modular Display TV. No need for a remote control, everything goes through gestures, for the modest sum of 3000 euros.

Another gadget, Prinker’s temporary tattoo printer. Or L’Oréal and its eyebrow printer.

But also a mask to make calls without disturbing colleagues, not very aesthetic but practical, invented by a Toulouse company.

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