LAS VEGAS (WPVI) --A new generation of gadgets and gizmos are currently being unveiled in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, which is the biggest tech event in the world.
And it's no surprise that wearable health devices are all the buzz.
Sports apparel company Under Armour showed off it's Health Box, a kit of electronic devices to help track the entire body 24/7 from heart rate to weight.
From Samsung, the Welt. It's a belt that features smart sensor technology to track your health from waist size, to how much time you spend sitting down.
Also from Samsung, a smart refrigerator that features a two-foot touchscreen that enables the consumer to see what's inside without opening the door. You can even connect it to your phone, so you can keep track of your own grocery inventory when you aren't home.
The company also showed off a watch strap called TipTalk that allows you to hear your smartphone without headphones.
Volkswagen unveiled two new electric vehicles which feature voice commands that can open doors and even respond to gestures.
Finally, Microsoft showed off their powered SmartCar that does the driving for you, communicating with traffic lights using WiFi. It also works because of its ability to link up with other devices used by other vehicles, including pedestrians.