CES where technology gets smaller, smarter, faster

Innovation is on display at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

University of Arizona electrical engineering student Matt Bunting was recognized by Intel for the robotic spiders he built which learn walking algorithms and figure out their own terrain.

Much of what is on display at the show is adaptive and intuitive, improvements on technologies that have already hit the market.

Still, industry watchers say this is a market that could explode once it all comes together.

"You know potentially it could sync up with the lights in your home, turn those on, open your garage door, unlock your door, kind of set things the way you want it, change the thermostat, all of these things are possibilities," says Engadget Editor-In-Chief Michael Gorman.

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--Jennifer Bjorklund reports

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