5 strange new inventions in 2023

There was a ton of cutting-edge technology unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and people are already obsessing over it.

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There’s plenty to be excited about and a little crazy about – from birdhouses with cameras, to breathing pillows, to a self-propelled stroller. I’m not sure if that was approved by the mother. However, we highlight 5 of the strangest new technologies.

5. Bird lover

The AI-powered hummingbird feeder comes with a camera that can take photos and videos of over 350 different species of hummingbirds.

The AI-powered hummingbird feeder comes with a camera that can take photos and videos of over 350 different species of hummingbirds.
(birdy buddy)

This might be the coolest bird feeder out there. The AI-powered hummingbird feeder comes with a camera that can take photos and videos of over 350 different species of hummingbirds. It has a motion sensor that triggers the camera to take pictures as soon as the bird approaches, and it can even capture wing speeds of up to 60 miles per hour. Once the picture is taken, it is automatically sent to the smartphone connected to the feeder via the Bird Buddy app. It’s a great invention, especially for bird lovers.

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4. Gluxkind’s self-propelled stroller

The Ella Self-Propelled Stroller, a hands-free motorized buggy with built-in sensors that can detect incoming obstacles to ensure baby's safety.

The Ella Self-Propelled Stroller, a hands-free motorized buggy with built-in sensors that can detect incoming obstacles to ensure baby’s safety.
(lucky one)

Parents’ lives may just have gotten a lot easier thanks to tech company Glüxkind. They invented the Ella self-propelled stroller, a hands-free motorized buggy with built-in sensors that can detect oncoming obstacles to ensure baby’s safety. It can even drive itself without the baby strapped in, so it can follow the parents if the parents decide they’d rather carry their child. It will stop automatically if there are obstacles in its way as it has built-in cameras designed to track moving objects such as people, bikes and more. It also has built-in sounds and flashing lights so it can alert parents when there is a potential danger. I think a lot of new parents out there will want to get their hands on one of these.

3. Withings urine detector

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You’re probably thinking why would I want to analyze my urine at home? Well, your urine contains all sorts of clues about your health. So this is where the U-SCAN comes in. It’s the first automatic at-home urinalysis device that fits neatly into your toilet and can decipher vital health information about your urine on a daily basis. The urine is detected by a thermal sensor that activates a pump that delivers the urine to a test capsule. A chemical reaction is read inside the test pod to provide all the necessary health information. You can then retrieve your results from the Withings app. This will allow people to be more proactive and informed about their health.

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2. Yukai Engineering Breathing Pad

Japanese robotics company Yukai Engineering has invented an incredible pillow that feels like it's breathing when you hold it.

Japanese robotics company Yukai Engineering has invented an incredible pillow that feels like it’s breathing when you hold it.
(yukai)

Japanese robotics company Yukai Engineering has invented an incredible pillow that feels like it’s breathing when you hold it. It does this by slowly and subtly expanding and contracting as you hold it, which helps train your body to do the same. It is designed to help people with anxiety and high stress levels to calm down and feel comfortable when needed. I am sure this will be a super popular invention for people all over the world in the new year.

1. ION by OVR Technology

What exactly is the metaverse? It’s a non-physical world that people can interact with, usually using digital technology like a virtual reality headset. These VR headsets are not new. However, OVR Technology has upped the ante by developing a brand new set that creates smells while you’re in the metaverse, making your virtual reality experience that much more enriching.

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With OVR’s new wearable scent technology, ION, your digital experiences can be more immersive, emotional and effective than ever before. It is designed to mimic the human sense of smell by associating the scent with what the person will see in the VR world, like producing the smell of a flower seen on the ground. It’s an insanely cool invention.

However, I have an idea. Take off the VR headset, go into nature and take a deep breath of the real outside itself. No headset or scent technician is required.

With OVR's new wearable scent technology, ION, your digital experiences can be more immersive, emotional and effective than ever before.  It's designed to mimic the human sense of smell by associating the smell with what the person will see in the VR world.

With OVR’s new wearable scent technology, ION, your digital experiences can be more immersive, emotional and effective than ever before. It’s designed to mimic the human sense of smell by associating the smell with what the person will see in the VR world.
(yukai)

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