Every trade show has these — the quirky applications, bizarre exhibits, and general oddities that characterize a large, organized event. As the premier showcase for the consumer electronics industry —and electronics in general — CES plays host to countless weird, strange, and unique exhibitions designed to grab your attention and get their name out there. Here’s a small sampling of what I saw.
Isn’t there another name for this? It’s on the tip of my tongue … oh right, a Segway! Imitators abound at CES….
I never thought I’d be able to play Simon on my Sketchers.
These guys somehow get a booth every single year. They literally have nothing to do with electronics but continue to show up at the LVCC.
An RFID-enabled Coke machine at the Texas Instruments “village.” Pretty cool stuff.
This one falls more under the category of “uniquely cool”. A gun safe that utilizes Murata’s RFID HF tag technology. Previously made our CES 2014 Top 10.
See: Top 10 from CES 2014
See: CES 2015: The weird, strange, and unique (Part 2
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