Eureka Park: 10 Cool Startup Ideas From CES 2016's Playground of Emerging Tech
This German startup wants to secure your digital world not by using software, but by hooking into your home network. It's an appliance that plugs into your home router and traffic is then routed through the eBlocker. This lets it strip out ads, spoof your device type, and even obfuscates your device identifiers so websites can no longer build a profile of you based on your surfing history.
Much more of a concept than an actual working demo, Korean startup Looxid Labs' LX-I had a lot of people talking. The premise is that a simple headset to track eye movements and EEG brainwave patterns can be used to monitor what a person is looking at, and what he or she is willing it to do, and then turn that information into real-world actions. It can be used to monitor learning and cognitive performance as well as controlling computer interfaces.