We:eX at CES 2015

"The distinction between past, present, and future is only an illusion, however
persistent. Time is not all what it seems. It does not flow in one direction, and the
future exists simultaneously with the past."

Albert Einstein

During this year's CES, our co-founder Billie Whitehouse has collaborated with Refinery 29, and helped curated a high-tech apartment for the millennial women. 

The millennial woman is a digital native. Technology is her must-have accessory. She leverages it for just about everything, and relies on it to navigate, live and share her life.

CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. And, with over 3,600 exhibitors, the show hosted 170,000 guests. Refinery 29 and Billie Whitehouse personalized technology for clients who understand the evolution of our world.

We've partnered up with more than 20 different IoT, wearable and fashion tech brands. Together, we've filled the apartment with technology that not only quantifies but also enables. We turned a connected home into an ambient home. 

Caeden headphones (left), Pono music player (right)

Caeden headphones (left), Pono music player (right)

Sen.se Mother cookies

Sen.se Mother cookies

Samsung Gear VR and Galaxy S5

Samsung Gear VR and Galaxy S5

Edyn smart garden sensor

Edyn smart garden sensor

The Navigate Paris by Wearable Experiments

The Navigate Paris by Wearable Experiments

Altruis by Kovert Design (left), Shine by Swarovski and Misfit (middle), Ringly (right)

Altruis by Kovert Design (left), Shine by Swarovski and Misfit (middle), Ringly (right)

LED Facemask by Chromat

LED Facemask by Chromat

Fish Feeder, assembled with LittleBits

Fish Feeder, assembled with LittleBits

Withings Aura

Withings Aura

Partners: Sen.se MotherKeen HomeWithings AuraDrop kitchen scaleAugust Smart Lock, Edyn,littleBitsPonoMeuralMisfitKovert DesignRinglyLog(me),  Wearable ExperimentsMoto 360Intel MicaSamsungLeohtVensetteChromatA.DayDear Kate, Shoe of PreyKit and AceCaeden and Blaze Bike Light.

Overview of the CES showfloor:

TVs: 8K is replacing the 4K. The Quantum-D0t is replacing the OLED. With images becoming more life like, there will be no room to cut corners in content production.

Wearableswearable makers are taking design and fashion partnerships more seriously to increase adoption. We are also seeing smart clothing products, beside the armbands.

Smart Home: The space is becoming more saturated than ever. Smart gardening is a niche area that continues to enchant us.

Drones: these little flying robots are now easier to control, have a longer flight time, and are even able to follow you around or take selfies for you.

Automotive Tehnologies: DATA DATA DATA DATA! The cars will be sentient and self-driving. We look forward to more tech for the drivers.

Chargeability: Companies like 
StoreDot are working toward faster charging solutions. We cannot wait for a cordless future with wireless charging EVERYTHING.

Image-capture: 360 degree cameras will make the creation of VR content so much easier!

Nostalgic technologies reinvented: products such as the mini printer by Zuta Labs has redefined many old product categories at CES.

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"The human spirit must prevail over technology."

Albert Einstein



(All photo credits go to Refinery 29)