'HAXLR8R' grads show off robot, fertility monitor Video
'HAXLR8R' grads show off robot, fertility monitor Video Transcript
For the past three and a half months -- handpicked start -- have been participating in accelerator. A program designed to help. Fledgling companies. Turn their prototypes. -- products. To companies applied to the program but a few were chosen criteria is do we think that this product is a significant product that can improve the quality of life. Of the consumers the products are an eclectic mix that shares some common features. -- state of the -- is taking on these devices connecting to the Internet having the measurements and that metrics of these devices. Reach out to you. The only but brings Spotify into your home. Uses a Microsoft Kinect sensor to -- and scooter motors to users can program the robotics platform to perform various tasks whether it's looking for your last keys or. Keeping you -- lift. Per foudy is not only to make each word of the sophisticated sounding cooking method -- -- push the screen to turn the device aren't in turn agree not to adjust the temperature. So why would home cook who want to use this when this is something that the top -- -- to its full. You can his exact science in front of a state is 57 degrees Celsius and that's exactly what you can and -- -- continue. Lucky -- appeal to choose your own adventure fans tell -- your location interests and personality type and the technology creates an itinerary that you can either viewing your Smartphone or use the -- -- as your guide on the more serious side can -- combines a thermometer and an app to give women more information about their fertility and current methods. We give her that type of information as she can use with her doctor. So if she's having a problem getting pregnant she can take that information that she gets using our software. Ticket to a health care provider and they can make a plan for what to do going forward. What's next for these startups. The -- to production and an attempt to create a little gadget envy along the way in San Francisco -- -- -- cnet.com for CBS news yeah.
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