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What you missed on day five at CES

A VR 'vomit comet,' a dopamine stimulator and a hoodie that massages you anywhere, anytime
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Steve Dent
Steve Dent|@stevetdent|January 9, 2016 11:00 AM
CES 2016 Day 5 Recap

The longer CES goes on, the weirder it gets -- and not just because five days is wayyy too much time in Vegas. Rather, the big consumer announcements have already been made, so we're left with the more prosaic technology. Luckily, that's often the most fun. We saw a motion simulator called Moveo that could help you explore virtual reality's full vomit potential, for one. If you'd rather keep your thrills more grounded, BMW launched a connected motorcycle helmet with a heads-up display. And now that you've finally accepted the idea of 4K, guess what? Here comes 8K! Let Editor-in-Chief Michael Gorman give you the lowdown on these and other stories, or read more in the gallery below.

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  • The Fossil Q54 Pilot measures your heart rate in style
  • This motion sim makes VR a bit too real
  • BMW's heads-up display helmet keeps your eyes on the road
  • Nervana stimulates your Vagus nerve to help you chill
  • Samsung's got a 4K Blu-ray player for $399
  • The AiraWear hoodie can massage you whenever you need it
  • Ready or not, 8K TVs are coming
  • BMW's concept car has a retractable steering wheel, huge screens
  • The fully-enclosed Fleye drone won't injure your pets
  • Razer's Blade Stealth wins Best of CES People's Choice
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What you missed on day five at CES