Clunky input devices will soon be extinct thanks to this new technology.
Ozobot is a small robot that can recognize lines and patterns, uses them to navigate around tracks created on an iPad or a piece of paper.
The ArcAid system by Cambridge Consultants features cameras that can analyze the speed, angle, and arc of a ball.
The Lune smartphone case recycles a phone's electromagnetic energy to alert users of incoming calls.
The e-commerce giant experiments with third-party retail stores in order to expand its business outside the web.
Valeo’s automotive technology and smartphone app allow you to park a driverless vehicle with the touch of a button.
Seen at CES 2014, Turtle Beach's speakers work like a 'flashlight' for sound waves.
The Myris allows people to gain access to any password-protected accounts online.
Interactive TV just got a whole lot better.
The iRing lets users perform tasks on their iOS devices without touching them.
Smart bed tracks your nocturnal habits and helps put an end to snoring.
The Flir One lets users map their environment using temperature.