Monday 18 November 2019

CES 2015: The weird, wacky and wonderful gadgets in pictures

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The world's largest annual consumer technology trade show runs from tomorrow until Friday.

The show is expected to feature 3,500 exhibitors presenting their new weird, wacky and wonderful gadgets.

Click through some of the best above.

Takuma Iwasa (R) of Cerevo Inc. demonstrates the Xon Snow-1 snowboard analyzing system at the International Consumer Electronics show (CES). The Xon uses special bindings and a smartphone app to analyze a snowboarder's technique. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Takuma Iwasa (R) of Cerevo Inc. demonstrates the Xon Snow-1 snowboard analyzing system at the International Consumer Electronics show (CES). The Xon uses special bindings and a smartphone app to analyze a snowboarder's technique. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
The hereO GPS watch for children and its accompanying mapping app. The watch is the smallest GPS-tracking device available, engineered to fit a child's wrist. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
A Tagg pet tracker is shown at an Alarm.com booth during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. A new partnership between the companies incorporates pet tracking features with the home automation functions of Alarm.com Apps. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
An eGeeTouch smart luggage lock is displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The TSA-approved locks can be unlocked with pre-paired NFC tag (shown) or by using an App on an Android smart phone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The FitLinxx AmpStrip wearable heartrate monitor is displayed at the International Consumer Electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas. The AmpStrip is designed to be comfortable enough to be worn 24/7 for constant monitoring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
The TempTraq body temperature wearable bluetooth thermometer and its accompanying app is designed to take a child's temperature constantly in real time. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
The F750 Thinkware dashboard mounted camera monitors and records driving incidents with built-in FCWS (Frontal Collision Warning System) capabilities. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
An internet-enabled Dacor Discovery gas range and electric oven is pictured during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The 36" model shown is available now and retails for $8,999.00, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The Allie Play (L), Home (C) and Go by IC Real Tech are displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The dual-lens cameras can display 720-degree video which can be watched in real time on smart phones. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A DroneMobile system is displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The system allows for a variety of vehicle control and tracking from a smart phone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A MyFox wireless home security system is displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The system includes a sensor that can tell the difference between natural noises and a break-in. The security camera comes with a sliding physical cover for privacy. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Vanessa Hsu models SleepPhones by Acoustic Sheep during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The wireless headphones are comfortable enough to wear in bed and the newest models come with inductive charging, Hsu said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
An Ecovent and sensor are displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The system, about $1,800 for a four-bedroom home, can automatically open or close vents for the perfect temperature in a home with central heating and cooling. The system should be available in August of 2015, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A Re-fuel rechargeable battery for GoPro Hero cameras is displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The battery gives 12 hours of power, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Internet-enable kettles and coffee makers by Smarter are displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The kettle and coffee maker can be controlled by a smart phone. The coffee maker will also alert the owner if it is running low on coffee or lacking water in the device. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A Motix device monitors fingers and uses them as a mouse replacement during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The device allows for mouse functions and more without taking hands away from a keyboard. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Batteries are shown in a Roost booth during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The wi-fi enabled replacement batteries for smoke detectors will be able send you a notification if the smoke alarm goes off when you are away and alert the owner when the battery is close to running out. The batteries are expected to be available in the summer of 2015, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Randy Braun holds a DJI Inspire 1 flying platform during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The remote control quadcopter, with 4K video camera and three-axis gimbal, is a sophisticated filmmaking system straight from the box, said Braun. The system retails for $2,890.00, he said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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