5 cameras, 4 wheels: This AI suitcase follows you around the airport
So a lot of people hate on stage as they say it's a show vaporware, but I'm second China but they never come to market or here we have a success story.
This is over by Codex.
Previously say that last year, as I said, What?
There was a prototype natural product.
It cost $799 and it looks like a normal suitcase but it's normal suitcase.
It has five cameras around here and you get a wristband with it.
And what it does is you don't have to carry it around an airport or wherever It'll just follow you.
It can see your wristband and it'll follow it and follow you.
And if you get more than six meters away from the suitcase, your wristband will give up an alert, the suitcase will hear it and it'll come through where it hears the sound, it will see you and it'll follow you.
So 799 sounds like a lot for a suitcase, and it kind of is But the technology is pretty cool.
So there's five cameras in there, and they follow you around.
But because there's AI technology in those cameras, it can avoid all the people.
So if you walk into a crowded airport and went bumped into people, and with the technology and the wristband that comes with it, if you get more than six meters away from it, the wristband will emit these vibrations.
That the seekers can hear and report the vibrations, and then once it sees you and Tamar sees you, it'll come directly to you.
So 79 sounds like a lot.
But for me, I came to see Africa all the way from Australia.
And when I got to LA airport, I stupidly left my suitcase.
For about 30 seconds and then it just vanished and having to spend $500 on a week's worth of clothing the first week.
The first day of CES sucks really bad.
The suitcases that last two senses as a prototype, but now this is the real deal.
Boy that says if you buy it now, it'll be at your doorstep in a week.
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