Advancements in technology are making our lives easier with every passing day. As we set ourselves up for the year that’s to come, here’s a roundup of some new technological inventions that caught our attention.
DUOLAB is one of the most recent beauty technology innovations to take the industry by storm. The brand takes bespoke, tech-driven skincare to the next level. Refusing to subscribe to a one-size-fits-all, DUOLAB works to suit your particular skin type, whether it feels dull in the morning or thirsty at night, or is suffering from the effects of hormones.
With over 20 compositions, DUOLAB gives you your own skincare laboratory at home by allowing you to mix and match a range of moisturising base layers and concentrated ingredients in one. Simply choose a capsule of your preferred base – a melting cream to nourish and plump; a light cream for day or a night cream that will plump and de-stress skin when it needs an extra boost. Add to that a concentrated, targeted top layer such as hydrating hyaluronic acid or brightening vitamin C to pack in exactly what your skin is craving on any given day. You load your chosen capsules into the DUOLAB device and in just 90 seconds it emulsifies and blends your product, warming it up to the same temperature as the skin.
Tesla Wireless Charging Platform
Bringing just what you need in the world of technology to the table is Tesla with its new wireless charging platform. The design draws inspiration from the company’s Cybertruck. The wireless charging pad is capable of rapidly charging up to three devices, with each item receiving up to 15W of electricity. Tesla’s mat will begin shipping in February 2023. It can be pre-ordered for USD 300 (INR 24,000 approx) on the official site.
Meta Quest 3 and Meta Quest Pro
Bringing AI to headsets, Meta scored a hit with its Quest 2 virtual reality (VR) headset, enabling it to introduce almost 15 million of us to its version of the metaverse. This year, we will see the introduction of two new headsets that will enable even more immersive and interactive virtual experiences. The Meta Quest 3 is expected to be an evolution of the current Quest. The Quest Pro, on the other hand, is aimed at productivity use for professionals who want to get involved with building the virtual worlds that will make up the metaverse.
Ring Always Home Drone Camera
If you are looking to keep an eye on your home when you are way, the new technology from Ring’s suite of smart home security devices is just what you need. The perfect way to patrol your property, enabling you to have eyes on places that static security cameras just won’t reach. Reports suggest that it will cost around $250, and will potentially alert you to intruders as well.
What if we told you the technology experts are coming up with a brush to help you automatically brush your teeth? Whether you’ve come home after a long day at work or a long-haul flight, the daily task of spending two minutes on oral hygiene will be made easier with the Sonic Brush. The SonicBrush is marketed as the world’s first fully automated toothbrush – meaning you don’t even have to move it around your mouth to get a perfect clean. Because it brushes every tooth in your mouth simultaneously, the manufacturers claim it can reduce the time we need to spend brushing our teeth from two minutes to just 30 seconds!
Timekettle Translation Earbuds
Travelling to a new city where language barriers exist just got a whole lot easier. Timekettle has created AI-powered translation earbuds aimed at professional, casual and travel users. The WT2, M3, and WT2 Plus earbuds enable translation in a range of situations, from business meetings, short conversations while traveling, and phone calls. This means that you can speak and hear other people’s translations at the same time. Offering a revolutionary Interpretation experience for 2 persons wearing each for face-to-face conversations. It translates whatever one person says to the other’s earbud in 0.5-3 seconds.
GE Profile Smart Mixer
For those who love to bake, technology is gracing you with a gadget that you will love. A high-tech kitchen helper, the GE Smart Mixer which features an auto Sense, built-in smart scale, voice-control capabilities, guided recipes and more. The Auto Sense Technology monitors changes in texture and viscosity through motor torque feedback to avoid over-mixing and undermixing. It has an automatic shut-off feature that will turn the mixer off when completion is reached. The device also precisely weighs ingredients in the mixing bowl or other container to measure ingredients with zero doubt. And if that wasn’t enough to make things easier, you can connect your mixer to home your WiFi to receive step-by-step guided recipe as they become available or connect your voice-activated smart stand mixer to your Alexa or Google Home device for hands-free control of these functions.
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