With an HTC Vive strapped to my head, I looked toward a wall in the hotel room and saw a person-shaped image. Back in reality, a Vayyar employee was stepping side to side in the bathroom. I was able to track his movements from the other room.
To put it bluntly, I was seeing through walls.
Out of all the things I saw at CES, Vayyar’s technology may be the most impactful. The Israeli company’s sensors use radio frequency signals to create 3-D scans. As the electromagnetic waves bounce off an object, it creates the data for the sensor.