The robot is supposed to “stir your instinct to love,” as per the Japanese company that made Lovot. The $3,000 home robot’s body is covered in a soft terrycloth fabric, while has three wheels and a camera on its head to navigate around. It responds when you call its name, and it becomes sad when we left it behind. As of now, it’s available only in Japan.
What if you don’t need to guess what you would look like if you lost a few pounds or muscle? That’s the EnvisionBody, which is AR software that basically shows you the before-and-after results of your work out.
Seeing your future self in real-time certainly motivate you and keep you focused on your workout, whether in front of a mirror or anywhere else. The software uses full-body camera tracking to generate a semi-realistic version of what you look like in your future. You could add your goals to motivate your self to become fit soon.
Temporary tattoos have moved beyond in Cracker Jack boxes. A company named Prinker showed off its Prinker S, a temporary tattoo printer which sprays ink onto your skin in any design you want. The $269 device has a cosmetic ink-filled cartridge, and the waterproof temps stay until you intentionally scrub them off.
Perks use no needles, no commitment and no wait time. But if you think ink for your printer is expensive, you would be thrilled to know that the colour ink runs $149 per set of cartridges as well. One black ink cartridge is given when you buy the Prinker S. You can buy it from Amazon from third-party sellers or on Prinker’s official website as well.