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08/01/2022
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The OPTEEV Freedom by ViraWarn handheld Covid-19 detection breath analyzer on display during ShowStoppers on the sidelines of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The CES tech show threw open its doors Wednesday in Las Vegas, as one of the world’s largest trade fairs tried to get back to business.

Despite some obvious gaps on the showfloor — after high-profile companies like Amazon and Google cancelled over climbing virus risk — crowds of badge-wearing tech entrepreneurs, reporters and aficionados poured through venues.

The OPTEEV Freedom by ViraWarn handheld Covid-19 detection breath analyzer on display during ShowStoppers on the sidelines of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP
The Y-Brush, an electric toothbrush to clean teeth in only 10 seconds, on display during ShowStoppers on the sidelines of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP
An attendee demonstrates the Owo vest which allows users to feel physical sensations during metaverse experiences such as virtual reality games, including wind, gunfire or punching, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP
The tmsuk Pedia-Roid ER training robot for healthcare worker training on pediatric patients is demonstrated during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP
Attendees try out massage chairs at the Human Touch booth at CES 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. AFP
Attendees watch a 360-degree video presentation by South Korea-based SK Group at CES 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. AFP
Attendees watch a 360-degree video presentation by South Korea-based SK Group at CES 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. AFP
An attendee poses for photos in a SkyDrive SD-03 ultralight compact flying vehicle that requires no runway at CES 2022 at The Venetian Las Vegas. AFP
Servi food service robots by Bear Robotics maneuver around the company’s booth at CES 2022 at The Venetian Las Vega. AFP
An Ameca model humanoid robot by British company Engineered Arts is displayed at CES 2022 at The Venetian Las Vegas. AFP

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