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CES 2018: The future tech trends for campuses everywhere that will make life easier for students


Here at "CES 2018, innovation is the name of the game.

More than 800 companies are in Las Vegas to showcase their products in one of the most renowned technology trade shows in the world. Circa campus went to check out some products that would make life easier for college students.

  • The first product is the "Life Fuels" bottle, which has interchangeable pods for on-the-go beverage needs. The bottle can hold up to three pods at a time, which each contain the makings for fifteen drinks. They can be used to provide energy, recover muscles and hydrate throughout the day.
  • The founders of Bodybuilding.com are showcasing their newest venture at CES 2018: Black Box/VR-- a virtual reality workout that combines fitness, technology and gaming. The idea is to have a game that is addicting as normal video games, with a healthy twist.
“Being able to combine the power of E-Sports and video games---the addictive qualities. The things that people can’t stop playing. Where fitness gives you the benefit of good habits, then you get in better shape.”
Ryan Deluca, CEO/Black Box VR

  • "Whill" is a personal electric vehicle, and is redefining the way people with physical disabilities can get around. The omnidirectional wheels and sturdy material make for a vehicle that works on a variety of terrain, inside and outdoors.

Be sure to check back for more from Circa Campus for more of CES 2018.


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