Electronics Show features 3D printing, smart rings and beds

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From music lovers, to shoe lovers, to parents trying to keep up with their growing kids, there's something for everyone at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The magic of technology has left many at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in awe. From music lovers, to shoe lovers, to parents trying to keep up with their growing kids, there's something for everyone.

The show featured 3D Systems 3D Printer and high-tech, custom-programmed hearing aids.

MOTA featured their SmartRing, which lets you interact with your social life from your finger.

"It's something that fits on your finger and is discreet," said Erica Henson of MOTA. "You're able to get your calls, your texts and your emails right here on your finger."

Other hot items featured at the show included the Glide smartwatch and Sleep Number's newest smart bed, which allows you to track your kids' sleep.

The bed alerts parents when their children get out of bed, picks up heart rate respiration and monitors the quality of their sleep, offering parents suggestions for improvement.

iFit also featured their wearable fitness monitors.

Exhibits are also being held at surrounding hotels, including the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, The Wynn, The Venetian and The Sands Expo and Convention Center.

The electronics show ends Thursday, Jan. 9.


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