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Here’s our favorite photos from CES 2017, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas last week.
We browsed the show floors across multiple convention centers, with tech products from nearly 4,000 exhibitors covering 2.6 million square feet of space. We were among an estimated 165,000 attendees.
We walked for miles and took pictures of the coolest things, and the weirdest things, that we saw. Robots greeted us at parties, and artists chiseled ice sculptures that melted a few hours later. These are some of the things that you only see in Vegas.
CES 2017 featured plenty of innovations, as you’ll see in the images below. They ranged from second-generation smart refrigerators to smart canes.
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CES 2017 ice sculpture Samsung’s demo of color TV technology at CES 2017. Intel had an Oculus Rift headset at every seat at its CES 2017 press event. Nvidia has partnered with Audi on AI cars. The Faraday Future keynote at the 2017 CES conference in Las Vegas. Tim Baxter of Samsung at CES 2017. Razer’s Project Valerie at CES 2017. Gary Shapiro (left) and Jen-Hsun Huang of Nvidia opened the show at CES 2017. China’s Tsinghua Tongea was one of 72 VR exhibitors at CES 2017. Tim Baxter of Samsung America acknowledged the exploding batteries problem in the Samsung Galaxy Note7 at the company’s CES 2017 press event. Thrustmaster showed a joystick and thruster demo at CES 2017. Stern Pinball returned to CES 2017 with a Batman game. Sony’s wall-sized Cledis TV at CES 2017 Moen’s smart shower can get your preferred temperature just right and alert you when it’s ready. Smart canes made their debut at CES 2017. The Dring Smart Cane can track if someone has fallen. Sengled put a speaker inside a light bulb. Remi can help your kids sleep at night. VR was everywhere at CES 2017, including at the booths of big companies like Qualcomm. Intel’s Project Alloy demo showed untethered VR. At the Pepcom party, these cheerleaders were handing out souvenirs for Plex. Modiface can put makeup on your face in real-time. Sadly, I didn’t get a chance to try the advanced massage tech at CES 2017. This Kubo robot tech teaches kids how to code. Mark Hachman of PC World at the Intel CES 2017 press event. Everyone wore VR headsets. The Hydrao shower head changes colors as you use more water. Hoverboards kind of vaporized after disastrous battery fires hurt the market. But vendors were still trying to sell them at CES 2017. Globe UAV is kind of scary as a crowd control surveillance drone. Global Imagination’s VR sphere can display 360 images. A giant mech exhibit at CES 2017. Gary Shapiro of CTA said nearly 4,000 companies were showing products at CES 2017. Xenoma’s e-skin at CES Unveiled party at CES 2017. DJ Livia opened the press conference for Monster. You can use your fingerprint to unlock Benjilock. Conventioneers lined up to get Belkin to press protective covers on their smartphones. It’s kind of an art to do it without air bubbles. I watched what seemed like a big-screen movie on the little screen of the Avegant Glyph Razer’s Project Ariana projects game images on your entire wall. LG was one of the many vendors of home robots at CES 2017. Cloud, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence were big themes for LG at CES 2017. Lego Boost robot Vernie at CES 2017. Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, shows off Project Alloy untethered VR at CES 2017. He said it will debut by the fourth quarter of this year. Hap2U showed its haptic touchscreen at CES 2017. You can feel the fish scales. Morgan Lavaux was injured three years ago. He founded Gaspard to help wheelchair users to become healthier. Gary Shapiro, head of the Consumer Technology Association, said that about 165,000 people are attending CES 2017. Changhong’s H2 smartphone has a molecular sensor that can detect fake or real Viagra. A sea of TVs at TCL’s booth at CES 2017. Analog turntables are making a comeback at CES 2017. Beam telepresence let people experience CES 2017 from afar. The CES 50th anniversary sign. CES logo at the Sands Expo. Samsung’s Family Hub 2.0 turns your fridge into a voice-controlled AI machine. Panasonic showed its transparent TV for a second year in a row. The Panasonic driverless concept car. Panasonic’s floating ball capture 360-degree images of people walking around its booth. ODG’s augmented reality glasses range from $1,000 to $2,700. LG’s 75-inch OLED TV shows how OLED now stretches across the whole product line. CES 2017 drew an estimated 184,000 people to 2.6 million square feet of exhibits. Interior of Panasonic’s concept car for autonomous driving. You could race with a big monitor and driving pod at Hisense’s booth. China’s Hisense showed off a racing car at its booth. Fitbit was among many fitness wearable companies at the Sands Expo at CES 2017. Fashion tech had a whole section to itself at CES 2017. Dell’s ice sculpture at CES 2017. This strap monitors your baby’s vitals. Happy Baby was many of many baby-monitoring technologies at CES 2017. CES Unveiled greeter robot. Who is “the successor.” New LG OLED TV at CES 2017. Smart desk display at CES 2017. DJ Livia opened the show for Monster’s press conference at CES 2017.