5 Concepts From CES 2014 We Wish Were Real

Sony Life Space UX

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Sony’s Kaz Hirai gave the opening keynote at this year’s CES and spoke about this ambitious idea to transform furniture and ceilings inside your home into a series of interfaces that together can combine to create one seamless experience.

From a Microsoft Surface-style kitchen table where you can sort out holiday photos or check the traffic while you finish your coffee to a touchscreen mirror that lets you flick through magazines when you are not checking to see if your tie is straight help, make up the Sony Life Space UX experience.

Sony will be making one element of the Life Space UX available this year announcing its 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector that blends into the living room interior and can display images up to 147-inches. You will need to spend around  $30-40,000 (£20-30,000) to own one, though.