The most weirdest things introduced at CES 2014

If you were one of the 150,000 lucky participants at the CES 2014 then you must of seen the most weirdest gadgets ever. For those that weren’t at CES 2014 here is what you have missed:

1.) Dualo- one of the most weirdest instrument gadget that you will ever see

The Dualo, an electronic musical instrument that you wear around your neck and whose music can be controlled both by tapping on the little circles or leaning and back and forth, via motion sensor.

Can you imagine a composer instructed a musician to play the Dualo in a orchestra? The facility is meant to stay quiet, but I would stop laughing.

2.) Man covered in Tablets

Can it get any weirder than this. Honesty I feel bad for the man for one its probably hot in that suit, and two how an see?

3.) I refuse to buy one of these would you?


A team of engineers likely spent a lot of time and money on the design of my smartphone. The last thing I want to do is cover it in a case that looks like it’s been vomited on by Paris Hilton.

4.) Great way to stay healthy?


Most distressing idea for soda addicts: This Aullor soda fountain, which is affixed to a tablet and displays how many calories you’re dispensing as you dispense them, and also tells you how long you would have to run to burn all of that soda off. Maybe I’ll stick with water?

5.) An app can tell the weather and give us directions at the same time?

WeatherSphere, an app that combines GPS navigation with live weather maps, featured the following endorsement on a placard in its booth at Eureka Park: “I would be dead if it wasn’t for this app” – iTunes user Gamer Tag weedy bird. Because if weedy bird likes it, you know it must be awesome.


Top five favorite trends at the International CES of 2014

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The International CES show host one of the greatest soon to come out technology giving customers glimpse of what to come in the future. Here’s a look at the top five favorite trends from CES 2014.

1.)Curved Tv’s

2.) Ultra HD

3.) Wearables

4.) Driveless Car tech

5.) The Connected Home

The Olloclip goes wild at CES 2014

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The Olloclip stellar lenses has made a name for themselves at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show:

Olloclip has been making stellar lenses that slip over the iPhone’s camera lens and enhance iPhoneography with the ability to take fisheye, telephoto and macro photos. But there has apparently been a struggle within Olloclip about whether or not to offer an iPad lens. Now the struggle is over, and iPad-loving photographers have won: The first Olloclip lens for iPad will be available soon.