The Consumer Electronics Show currently laying siege to Las Vegas is an odd mix at the best of times: new TVs and gaming gadgets, shoulder to shoulder with a Bluetooth fork.
But this is just too weird.
The latest gadget taking CES by storm is a training toilet for toddlers... which comes with an iPad dock.
Its name? The iPotty.
That's right, civilisation just imploded.
Made by CTA Digital, the iPotty is bright, plastic, and as far as we can tell utterly worthless. But what do you think?
Sony's 'Bath Proof' Phone
The Sony Xperia Z is the Japanese giant's brand new flagship phone - and among its innovations are the fact that it's waterproof. In fact it's bath proof. Take a look, to the left.
Samsung's 'Floating' TV
Samsung unveiled an 85-inch Ultra HD monster TV which is also housed in a unique frame which makes it appear as if it's floating. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/01/08/samsung-unveils-ultra-hd-floating-tv_n_2429673.html?1357635631">Read all about it here</a>.
Giant Rideable Spider
earArt's Mondo Spider is a giant, 1600-pound rideable spider, and it's absolutely amazing. Yes, it's been around since 2006 - but this is its first CES visit and it demands another watch.
... Oh, and they've also built this massive robotic death spider.
Lego Mindstorms EV3
Lego's new programmable Mindstorms EV3 kit is expensive at $350, but it's by far the most adaptable, complex and useful ever made.
This cool little gadget works with your smartphone to turn it into a point-and-shoot camera, complete with a shutter button and grip. <a href="http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/08/snappgrip-hands-on/">Take a look here for the full lowdown.</a>
This little thing is a slipcase which turns a AAA battery into a AA - and adds Bluetooth 4.0 support. The result is that any device can be turned on or off with a smartphone app. Neat.
The Hapifork is a Bluetooth-enabled fork which tracks how much you eat - and tells you when to stop. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/01/07/hapifork-bluetooth-fork-hapifork-ces-2013_n_2423365.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-tech">Read on for the full details about how it works - and when it's coming out.</a>
Liquipel is a way to make existing gadgets safe from water damage, and its new 2.0 version is said to be even better, with "significant advancements in durability, corrosion resistance and water protection". Take a look below - it's a pretty impressive demo.
This is a new handheld gaming device powered by Nvidia's Tegra 4 chip and Google's Android OS. It can run Android and PC games, using its full Xbox-style controller. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/01/07/nvidia-project-shield-preview-announced_n_2423131.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-tech">Take a look here for the full details.</a>
Withings Smart Body Analyzer
This is a WiFi-enabled high-tech set of scales, which can analyse your heart rate, the air quality in your home, your body fat and fitness. It's terrifying, basically. <a href="http://withings.com/static/press/ws50/en/CES_2013_Withings_Smart_Body_Analyzer_EN_060113.pdf?clickid=wzI0mxWbDQQEQvQQrw1MbXPHUkRy290x0XcwUw0">Here's the details.</a>
Mad Catz M.O.U.S.9
Mad Catz have shown off a big range of new gaming controllers and peripherals, including the wireless M.O.U.S.9, which is hard to type by impresses with its retro style. <a href="http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/06/mad-catz-ces-2013-gamesmart/">Take a look here for the full report.</a>
3M 84-Inch Touch Display
This absolutely ridiculous 84-inch touchscreen monitor supports ultra HD resolutions up to 4K and can cope with 60 individual touch points.
Synaptics ThinTouch Keyboard
This re-imaging of the traditional keyboard is both much thinner than normal Qwerty layouts, but also features a unique "diagonal" movement when the keys are pressed, instead of up and down.
The Masimo iSpO2 is a consumer-focused Oximeter, which can track your blood oxygen level, pulse rate and perfusion index to an app. It's aimed at athletes, aviators and medical facilities, as well as those consumers who just want to know more about how their body works.
Crayola iPad Stylus
The Griffin Crayola stylus is able to draw on an iPad without touching the screen. It works like a PlayStation move controller, tracking the glowing tip in mid air and representing its movements as lines in a special app.