Biometric tools, such as headbands that analyze brain waves , will make an another appearance at CES this year. Much of the technology is meant to pique consumers’s imaginations.
Once just a niche for fitness buffs and law enforcement officials, the use of biometrics for activity tracking, voice and facial recognition, and fingerprint identification has made its way into mainstream consumer devices. Sensoria Fitness's ankle bracelet can be worn over socks to track speed, steps and other data. Sensoria Fitness/Heapsylon Buy Photo