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CES 2019

The best things we saw at CES 2019

What’s it like to be at CES? Here’s a collection of some of our favorite sights from a week in Sin City.

LAS VEGAS—Although I spent three action-packed days at CES, I’d likely need a month to truly experience everything the conference has to offer. Here are a few photo highlights from my time in Las Vegas:

A connected helmet by Livall featuring an SOS button, fall detection and voice navigation.

Impossible Foods shows off its latest formulation: Impossible Burger 2.0.

Dr. Oz moderates a panel on how DNA affects sleep.

Aoki presents motion capture fitness wear and suit coats.

Sleep tech had a sizable presence: Dlogixs' Neuro Beat hardware utilizes "binaural beat" technology to promote restful sleep.

Clean your windows with Ecovacs' Winbot robot.

Spoil your pet from afar with Dogness's line of pet tech feeding and interaction devices.

The PicoBrew PicoStill is a home distilling device. It's legal to sell, but illegal to use in the US.

Add your favorite image to your beer using the Ripples device...

...or put your face on a cookie with Selffee.

Delegate litter box cleaning to your new Litter Robot.

Kiwi is among the first entrants into the emerging space of courier robotics.

Flasty is a 3D food printer that prints chocolate, dough and food pastes.

MorphCon augmented reality software will eventually be used to visualize plastic surgery work. The live demo has a floating hand stretching the user's nose.

LG's OLED Falls was a captivating use of technology, but don't expect to find it at your local electronics store in the near future.

8K video was the key buzzword in the AV section of the conference.

Be sure to catch up on all of our coverage from CES this year.

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