Right here's what you missed on day 4 at CES

Day 4 of CES 2016 was much less about shopper merchandise, and extra about pie-in-the sky concepts. An organization that at some point plans to mine asteroids 3D-printed an object out of asteroid mud, simply to point out how people may construct objects on distant planets. We additionally received our first take a look at the KATIA robotic arm, a surprisingly reasonably priced system that would make it easier to do mild manufacturing or, say, construct Lego. Lastly, we acquired a take a look at two smartphones that use Google’s vaunted Challenge Tango tech that may allow you to 3D scan all of the issues. For these and the opposite tales, watch our Editor-in-Chief Michael Gorman’s tackle the day (above) or verify the gallery under.

CES 2016 day 4 roundup Gallery | eight Photographs

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