CES 2019: Latest tech on display at annual electronics show

Posted at 10:55 AM, Jan 09, 2019

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — It is now day 2 of the largest consumer electronics show of the year.

CES is officially underway at the Las Vegas Convention Center. On Wednesday, 13 Action News got a closer look at some of the newest gadgets and other featured items for CES 2019.

AerBetic by Aerbetic

  • Uses gas sensors from AeroNos to detect blood glucose levels
  • Connects to Smartphone App to Alert user and caregiver

ClearUp by Tivic Health

  • Treats pain from sinus inflammation and hay fever
  • Non-invasive device used exclusively on the outside of your sinus passages.

OptiShokz Revvez Bone Conduction Audio Sunglasses by AfterShokz

  • Sound is delivered through transducers in the sunglasses temple arms, that guide mini vibrations through the cartilage behind the ear, directly to the inner ear

Neutregena MaskiD by Johnson & Johnson’s Neutragena

  • A 3D smartphone camera (like the one provided for display, which is not required but will provide the best results) takes a photo of the face


  • Haptic feedback system that transmits exact haptic sensations from AR/MR/VR digital environments via electrical stimulation
  • Climate control system to experience heat and cold sensations

Aladin by Domalys

  • Smart lamp intended for the elderly that gets fixed to a wall and monitors movements, falls, temperatures, and luminosity
  • Learns usual behaviors of the users, can detect uncharacteristic behaviors, alerts caregiver and/or send an ambulance in the case of a fall


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