CNET doesn't usually write up ski equipment, but with more ski gear going high-tech -- and mingling with the high-tech gear we carry day to day -- we thought we'd have some fun rounding up some of the more innovative ski gear available today.
And you thought driving to work in the snow was tricky.
If you think 3D printers are for making "useless toys," you're wrong. At CES 2016, 3D printing proved to be quite a handy technology to make objects that you can really use. Most importantly, it can be used to make stuff that you can't find ready-made at the store.
Wearables are hitting the ski fields at CES 2016, with a smart Ski Vest from French company In&motion that doubles as an airbag, deploying in milliseconds to protect you from falls.
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Skiing Yeti Mountain is mindless ski racing fun that's really hard to put down.
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Autonomous snow skiing robots are the future, and the future looks adorable. Watch Jennifer, a little humanoid robot made by the University of Manitoba's Autonomous Agents Laboratory, take some turns on the slopes.
Jennifer can ski and play hockey -- even though she's a robot -- but there's more to her than just fun and games. Researchers hope that someday, the same principles they're using to program Jenny to play sports will be used to create firefighters and rescue robots, able to adapt to changing environments.