Allison interviews Roi Ginat from CMRA about their new camera band for the Apple Watch. CMRA has two HD cameras embedded in the band, one outward-facing 8MP and the other self-facing 2MP. It also captures HD video and has a battery that lasts a full day with normal use. CMRA seamlessly integrates with Apple Watch and iPhone and it syncs photos/videos with your photo gallery. The CMRA band is available for pre-order and will be shipping in the Spring of 2017. The setting is the ShowStoppers show floor.
*** Update August 2017: This product has not yet been released and the getcmra.com site still shows it is in pre-order status a couple months after the advertised release date of “Spring 2017”. We are concerned whether it ever will be released. ***
Allison interviews Jessica Lane representing Pai Technology about their range of products to help kids learn while having fun. Ocean Pets includes an augmented reality mobile app along with putty and forms that allow kids to create a virtual aquarium. TJ & the Beanstalk brings story time to life with a 3D augmented reality story book. Finally Cube-Tastic uses augmented reality and a free app to help kids solve a puzzle cube. Some of you may recognize Jessica who is Shai Yammanee’s wife and now an honorary NosillaCastaway! The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Cody Thomas from Braven about their new line of Flye Sport earbuds. Flye Sport earbuds are bluetooth enabled intended for active use. They come in four models: Flye Sport, Flye Sport Reflect, Flye Sport Power and Flye Sport GLO ranging in price from $50 up to $250. The Flye Sport Power and GLO earbuds also include feature control via a mobile app. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Gordon Cockburn from Hobbico about their new C-me selfie drone. C-me is a compact flying camera that folds up to fit in your pocket. It comes equipped with a 1080p video camera that also takes 8 Mpix still photos. C-me will share your selfie video or still photos immediately on your social media sites through the C-me app. The drone takes off automatically and positions itself about 2m above ground to take video or photos of you until you direct it to move elsewhere through the app. C-me is available for pre-order now. C-me is available for pre-order now. The setting is the ShowStoppers show floor.
Allison interviews David Vespremi from Nonda about their new ZUS Connected Car accessories. ZUS accessories are modular and are based on a smart phone charger which logs the car’s mileage, provides the car’s battery status and remotely guides you back to your car. ZUS accessories also include a smart key finder, backup sensor and tire pressure sensors. ZUS tire sensors can be added to any tire without having to dismount the tire or replace the valve stems. All ZUS accessories are controlled and monitored through the ZUS app available on the iOS App Store and Google Play. The setting is the ShowStoppers show floor.
Allison interviews Max Thayer from Anker about their new Nebula projection systems. The Nebula P3 pico projector is a portable, light weight device projecting 2K lumens at 720p. It includes automatic focusing and a 3hr battery life, great for outdoor and on-the-go use. The larger Nebula 100″ Cinema Display projects 1080p video from just 13 inches away from a flat glass screen and it comes with bundled sub-woofer and sound system. The release date of both products will be announced later this year. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.
Allison interviews Alex Frio from Nite Ize about their gear ties and new compact lanterns. Gear ties have long been a handy way to tie up cords, cables and other items that need to be bundled. They are reusable with a tough rubber shell that provides excellent grip strength and a strong wire inside that holds its shape. The new Radiant 300 Lantern is compact, ultra-bright and has the power to charge other small USB devices. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Darren Lancaster from ThinOPTICS about their new compact reading glasses. ThinOPTICS glasses are small enough to fit in your wallet, purse, pocket or even stick to your phone. Their unique design does not require the typical temples that most glasses have but instead fit snuggly on the bridge of your nose. They are made with super-elastic frames and bulletproof-strong polycarbonate lenses. ThinOPTICS reading glasses are guaranteed for life and are available now for only $19.95 a pair. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.
Allison interviews Raja Jasti from Ziro about their new robotics kit designed for kids. The purpose is to make robotics simple and fun while allowing kids to be creative. The kit comes with a smart glove, wireless motors and a mobile app. The app allows kids to visually program their robot and control it with the smart glove. Ziro will be available via on-line retail “soon” and in physical retail stores by the holiday season of 2017. The setting is the ShowStoppers show floor.
Allison interviews Colleen Hattler and Julia Maher from Fisher-Price about their new Smart Cycle for kids. The Smart Cycle is designed to help kids learn while being active. It’s a stationary bike, a learning center, and an arcade game system all rolled into one. Smart Cycle plugs into your TV, ready to take kids on learning adventures. As they pedal, favorite character friends guide them through learning discoveries, games, and even exciting races. The Smart Cycle will begin appearing in stores in June/July of 2017. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.