Check out these interviews from SVIEF:
Ever lose your car parked somewhere? I actually did for the first time a few weeks ago in San Francisco (hilly neighborhood too so it wasn’t exactly fun when my car was on the other block). I met the Nonda team at the SVIEF expo and their CEO Nick Staubach explained how the Nonda ZUS product works. It’s pretty sleek and a cool concept. Even if you never lose your car you still get two powerful USB charging spots.
Apple released a new feature in iOS 10 if your car already has Bluetooth it will keep track of it, but most of the cars on the road today don’t have Bluetooth and not everyone has an iPhone w/the latest OS so ZUS still has a niche. Perhaps it belongs in the stocking of your prone-to-lose-their-car friend or family member?
You can check out more about ZUS at http://www.nonda.co/products/zus-smart-car-charger
For parents who want to encourage their kids to do better at brushing their teeth, what do you think about a smart toothbrush? Check out this video with Ethan Schur from Grush The Gaming Toothbrush for Kids. It turns brushing teeth into a video game for kids by integrating sensor technology in the battery part that does the vibrating. I’m going to see how this does with my kids, there are three heads for the toothbrush in the box so it works out for my IoT loving kids.
In the video Ethan gives a discount code GRUSHBUDDY for 20% off at www.GrushGamer.com. (I tested the code and you enter the coupon code right before payment and it works).
Silicon Valley is about innovative ideas, and they come from all over the world. This is a short conversation with Frank Zheng from Tianya Zorpia where he explains a bit about how he helps with the bridge between China and Silicon Valley.
Fans of tech meet fans of Harry Potter. This clock is the closest thing to the Weasley clock technology can provide. I just signed up as a backer on Indegogo and so should you! Click here to go to their Indegogo page.
In this video Anton Zriashchev, CEO at Glance Clock gives a demo and I even ask him about the Weasley clock so you can hear what he has to say.
#smarthome #smartclock #iot #harrypotter #indegogo
Awesome venue, people and tech sums up the Luxury Technology Show at W Hollywood last week. But you don’t have to take my word for it; check out these short video interviews of 7 of the impressive technologies that were on display at the show.
Jerry Wilmink, CEO of WiseWear knocks it out of the park with BEAUTIFUL wearable jewelry. (want to learn more about how Jerry is giving the world options over current ugly, nerdy wearabletech check out this piece)
Michelle from 4mons.com demos the mamaRoo seat and origami stroller, tools for the tech friendly parent
Joe from Elan Home Systems is a man after my heart because he wants to make the smart home so easy that grandma can use it.
Segway has met it’s match with the ultra-low form factor of Hovertrax and Solowheel by Inventist. See it demoed by Joalene Jolivette, Marketing Director at Inventist
Technology to help regrow hair? Find out more from Fran & Marina from HairMax. The lasers stimulate the hair follicles but, unfortunately, don’t work fast enough for me to show you before and after head shots.
Megan Johnson from Sengled tells about their three connected light bulbs. Pulse plays music through up to 8 connected. Boost boosts your Wi-Fi. Snap has an HD camera inside for outdoor lighting and security.
Making the kitchen smart by infusing technology into the pan? Yes, that is what Prachi and Rahul from SmartyPans will do. Catch SmartyPans at Michael Wolfe’s Nov 5 event: The Smart Kitchen Summit