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CES 2023 ShowStoppers: Spotlight on Healthcare Tech


The Coresight Research team is attending CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show), hosted by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) in Las Vegas from January 3, 2023, with the exhibits running during January 5–8, 2023. The event brings together technology vendors, innovators, retailers and people from around the world to get an early look at key consumer electronics trends in the new year. The scope of CES has expanded in recent years beyond electronic gadgets to encompass new areas such as healthcare, wearable devices and mobility. This year, the show has a strong metaverse focus.

In this report, we present insights from ShowStoppers, a technology showcase for journalists, which took place on January 5, 2023. 

CES 2023 Showstoppers: Coresight Research Insights

The technologies featured in this report cover a range of themes, including the metaverse, home and healthcare.

1. Lead Skin Haptic Gloves by AI Silk

AI Silk debuted its Lead Skin haptic gloves at CES 2023. The gloves are made from fiber developed by AI Silk and feature built-in sensors and control buttons, serving as an AR/VR (augmented/virtual reality) controller. The gloves emit electrical impulses, causing users to experience a sensation that they are truly “touching” virtual objects, thereby creating a more immersive experience in the metaverse.

AI Silk booth
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2. Smart Air Monitoring Products by Airthings

Airthings produces devices for indoor air quality monitoring. The devices use sensors to analyze the air and monitor for pollutants, identifying radon and particulate matter, including PM2.5 and carbon dioxide. 

Airthings also offers a House Kit, which can conduct multi-room connected monitoring via multiple devices.

Aithings booth
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3. Casawire

Casawire is a marketplace for home furniture. It acts as a B2B (business-to-business) hub for brands to access analytics to increase profitability, as well as providing B2C (business-to-consumer) services. The platform also integrates social features to increase consumer engagement.

Casawire booth
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4. Neo P1 by Neoplants

Neoplants has produced the first bioengineered plants to purify indoor air and fight air pollution. The eponymous product, Neoplants, recycle air pollutants rather than storing them as a traditional plant would do. The brand claims that the effects of one Neoplant is equivalent to that of 30 house plants.

Neoplants booth
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5. Respiray Wear A+ by Respiray

Respiray produces wearable, drug-free, allergy-free devices to soothe allergy symptoms caused by allergens in the air, including pet dander, pollen, dust and mold. The device will be launched at the end of January 2023. It is rechargeable and features replaceable filters that leverage HEPA technology.

Respiray booth
Source: Coresight Research