3 Next-Gen Tech Gadgets Which Could Change Your World

Take a look at 3 of the most game-changing top tech unveilings which were showcased earlier this month at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show.

1. Ninebot Segway Robot

This Segway Robot is essentially a hover board butler which exists to serve you. Fitted with 2 eyes, arms and a face camera, this Segway is a step up from its previous incarnations. You can issue it verbal commands, or you can ride it.

It can accomplish a variety of simple tasks around the house for you, such as answering the door so you don’t have to.

Release Date: Segway have announced they’re planning to release this zippy robot commercially (along with an open-platform developer kit) in the second part of 2016.

Cost: TBA

 

2. The BMW i Vision Future Interaction

This driverless, concept sports car allows you to sit back and relax without having to watch the road, nor lift a finger if that is what you desire. It can travel the distance for you, chauffeuring you wherever you like.

The vehicle’s intuitive design makes it fairly effortless to use. You can command it using verbal instructions, gestures, and/or touch-sensitive surfaces.

Release Date: The exterior and interior are not ready for production at this point, however the technology such as the gesture controls and autonomous driving tech will become an integral part of BMW’s regular vehicle design & assembly over the next few years.

Cost: TBA

 

3. HairMax LaserBand 82

The HairMax LaserBand is the quickest solution available for treating and halting hair loss and hair thinning. According to HairMax, this next-gen hair treatment band can stimulate new hair follicle growth by improving blood circulation to the scalp through laser pulses.

Release Date: Available for purchase online through HairMax.

Cost: US $795


This article was originally published on EngineerJobs.com.au