Swing for the fences with Zepp, which puts sensors in your bat, club or racquet to improve your game.
Virtual reality is the next big thing, but it's not just about visuals. Sound is an important cue for VR storytelling, which is where French company Arkamys comes in.
Belt up! This is Belty, a smart belt that does more than keep your trousers up -- it also measures your activity and vibrates if you've been sitting still for too long.
Wakey wakey, rise and...sniff? The SensorWake alarm clock rouses you from slumber not with a jarring noise but with a scent. Choose from smells including the ocean, lush jungle, a croissant or chocolate.
A successfully funded Kickstarter project, Prizm is a music player that recognises who is in the room and plays appropriate music for who's listening and what time it is. It looks out for the Bluetooth or MAC addresses of the devices in the room and guesses what tune to play accordingly.
Gaming comes to life with the Reach Robotics Mekamon, a spider-like battling 'bot controlled by your phone.
If you're worried about what's going on in your home while you're not there, the ALLie Go home monitoring camera by IC Real Tech shoots and records 360-degree video so you can see into every corner.
Smarter is as Smarter does. British company Smarter makes connected kitchen devices and also connects up the appliances you already have -- for example, the Smarter Detect listens for when your microwave or oven pings and alerts your phone.
What's this? It's the Tipron from Cerevo. And what is Tipron?
Tipron is a roving robot projector. It's designed to follow you around, projecting everything from news and weather to YouTube videos.
Be still my beating heart: The Omron wrist BPM monitor is an inflatable blood pressure cuff the size of a watch.
A machine that reads your brainwaves or stimulates hair growth?
Maybe it's just me, but I would likely not volunteer to put this on my head, regardless of what it does.
It's a hair growth stimulator!
This man is obviously braver than me. iGrow, as the product is known, purportedly uses "Low--Level Light Therapy" to bathe your hair cells in light, triggering enhanced cellular activity or something. Look, I have no idea if this works, but it looks like something out of a Roger Corman movie, so I thought I'd include it here.
The Perfect Blend
The Perfect Blend app paired with a smart scale will track the weight of the ingredients you add so that you never have too much or too little, and thus can achieve that...perfect blend. Hah!
These Hunter ceiling fans will allow for full voice control through Siri if you have an iOS device.