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CES 2016

19 January 2016

Screen.

From light-up robots to help autistic children, LG’s bendy rollable screen, and the Drone rodeo, CES 2016 shows off the substantive innovation happening in consumer electronics.

Here is a selection of video clips and articles showing some of the range of innovations presented.

Light–up Leka robot could help autistic kids

Invisible buttons that vibrate the skin

Romy machine mixes custom-made moisturiser

Hands-on with LG’s bendy roll-up OLED screen

Faraday Future shows off its concept car

Ford details hi-tech cars, but without Google

Intel drone dodges 'falling tree' on stage

Drones that will make you say wow

Indicators of progression for discussion starters:  

Component Indicator Level
Characteristics of technology Use this and other examples to identify that technology involves people designing and making technological outcomes for an identified purpose.  1
Characteristics of technology Use this and other examples to explain how critical evaluation, informed creativity. and boundary pushing impacts on technological development and public views of technology. 8
Characteristics of technological outcomes Use this and other examples to describe what technological outcomes are and explain how they are different to natural objects and other things created by people.  2
Characteristics of technological outcomes

Use this and other examples to justify how the design elements appear to have been prioritised in technological outcomes.

 

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Keywords: CES2016, characteristics of technology, characteristics of technological outcomes

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