According to the article posted on Engadget â€œIntroducing the Best of CES 2016 finalists!â€œ, Ziro which originated in our labs as Handimate, has been selected as one of the most disruptive products.Â Ziro has been highlighted in theÂ â€œBEST MAKER-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGYâ€ category.
â€œOur editors have been on the ground for the better part of this week scouring every nook and cranny in Las Vegas to bring you the latest and greatest fromÂ CES 2016. And now weâ€™re ready to announce to you our finalists for the official Best of CES awards. Below youâ€™ll find our selections for all 14 categories, which range from best wearables to the most innovative tech weâ€™ve seen at the show. Weâ€™ll announce our category winners tomorrow, which is also when weâ€™ll reveal our Best of the Best award recipient, the most coveted prize of them all. That special award is selected from our pool of category winners.â€
“If you’ve ever wanted to control a robot with hand gestures, the ZiroÂ has you covered. This robotics kit lets you manipulate robots by simply moving your fingers, via a smart glove that connects wirelessly to four motorized modules â€” that means you can have a rolling or flying device. Better yet, you can pair the Ziro Kit with an iOS or Android device, allowing for easy configuration of your robot’s settings. The kits are expected to cost $200 each.”