Technology isn't just about entertaining you or keeping you organized, it also aims to keep you healthy, in shape and sleeping better. Here's what we've seen at CES 2019.
Greasy lotion hands no more! The Opté Precision Skincare System acts like a thermal inkjet printer to apply tiny dots of makeup or skincare serum with pinpoint accuracy.
Originally published on Jan. 8, this gallery will be regularly updated throughout CES.
This air sensor tells you when your air is stinky by tracking nine different parameters including temperature, humidity, air pressure, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone.
No, this isn't some target practice simulator. See how healthy your eyes are with RightEye. It tests your functional vision, reaction time and how you handle moving objects and suggests exercises to train your eyes. It's not for sale to consumers, though, so look for it at your doctor's office.
CNET's Megan Wollerton explored a section of CES where sports simulators teach you to play better golf, baseball and tennis.
In the the department of "things we hope don't become self-aware," the BotBoxer is a boxing robot with sensors that adapt to your stance and coach you through your workout.
Available for $499 on preorder, Omron's watch has tiny pumps and air bladders that conduct the same kind of blood pressure test you'd get at a doctor's office.
Don't look for style in this vest made by a French company. Instead, it claims to measure six key physiological stats in real time and use machine learning to predict the likelihood of an oncoming heart attack.
More than just an oversized eye mask, the Hupnos sleep mask will vibrate to encourage a snoring sleeper to move to a different position.
Ditch those Depends for this ultrasound sensor that senses the changing size of your bladder and tells you when you need to pee.
Take only seconds to clean your teeth with the Y-Brush. Shaped like a mouthguard. it brushes each row of choppers all at once.
Matrix's PowerWatch 2 has all the features you'd expect from a smartwatch, including heart rate, step counting, 200-meter water resistance and notifications, but it runs completely on solar power and body-generated heat.
After reading your skin Comper's Smarkin promises to firm skin, remove fatty cells and reduce acne and other skin irritations.
The Philips sleep sensor is another gadget for someone who's sawing Z's just a little too loudly. It's a band that consists of a "discreet sensor" that goes around your chest. It's supposed to track your sleep, including when you change positions.
HiMirror has a Smart Body Scale that's supposed to measure weight, body mass index (or BMI), basal metabolic rate, total body water, skeletal muscle mass and bone mass.
The Linx Quattro is a Siri-supporting smart hearing aid that uses AI to learn your preferences and settings over time, and to proactively make adjustments to various sound profiles.