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Flux

Vuze

FlashLock

Jaq

Ili

EquiSense

Beam

TipTalk

360-G

Audio Spotlight

Seal

PetBot

GoSun Stove

Oombrella

Icaros

The Flux is a multifunction 3D printer that can not only print objects and laser-engrave various materials but can also become a 3D scanning platform. A fantastic way to play with many different creative ideas in a single machine.

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Vuze takes 360-degree camera technology a step further by recording your videos in 3D. The camera has a small tripod mount that converts to a handheld stick mount, and the camera can also be mounted on a helmet.

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The FlashLock is a smart lock that uses rapid light patterns to unlock a door. The light-based system allows you to share access via Web links, making it easy to send temporary codes to tradespeople or family members. Padlocks with the technology are also available.

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The Jaq, from MyFC, is a pocket-size fuel cell charger, using salt water to create hydrogen for device recharging. Each salt water cartridge can deliver 1,800mAh of power, roughly one phone charge for most phones.

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The Ili is a wearable real-time offline translator, potentially a perfect travel companion. The first version translates English, Japanese and Chinese. Planned versions will also include French, Thai, Korean, Spanish, Italian and Arabic.

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The EquiSense is a wearable for horses, giving detailed analysis of training programs and a horse's progress through its training regimen.

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The Beam is an Android-powered light with a built-in 100-lumen projector and two 2-watt speakers, turning a flat surface below it into a projection surface.

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A Samsung side project now a company all its own, the TipTalk is a smart strap that lets you turn a traditional watch into a smart device. It even lets you take calls with just the tip of your finger pressed into your ear! Read our hands-on with TipTalk here.

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All this 360-degree video being shot now, so why not a 360 projector? 360-G solves a problem you didn't know you had (though shops and installations are going to love it).

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Audio Spotlight technology is ready to send beams of sound straight to different seats on the couch so you can watch different shows side by side without a chaotic mess of audio. I tried it and it really works!

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The Seal system is just two little rings slipped onto each hand but for swim training it delivers detailed feedback on your stroke technique, rhythm analysis, your drag force in the water and other detailed analytics that anyone keen to become a better swimmer would love to know.

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PetBot lets you deliver treats to your pets remotely so you can check in on them via video link. It will even automatically snap and send you pictures if your pet is in frame.

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The GoSun Stove is a solar-powered cooker. The company claims it will reach 550F (290C) in just 20 minutes. The cooking chamber has a skinny design to focus the heat, but you can still fit plenty in there.

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The Oombrella is a "smart umbrella" that notifies you if you're going to leave it behind somewhere, but can also alert you to impending bad weather so you know to take it with you.

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The Icaros is a strange-looking beast, but climb aboard with a Samsung Gear VR and you can enjoy the feeling of a flight experience in virtual reality. There's a VR game to enjoy and it will also give your core muscles a real workout.

See all CNET's CES 2016 coverage here.

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