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CES 2015: The Weirdest Gadgets From The World's Largest Tech Show

06/01/2015 16:00 GMT

For one week, CES is home to every technological innovation under the sun. The good, the bad and the downright odd.

While some companies are unveiling the future of the connected home, others are answering serious social etiquette questions such as: "What do I do when I've eaten too much food?"

Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic may be grabbing the headlines but that shouldn't detract from the people that are still making rocket skates, the Paris-based team that have made a self-tightening belt and the engineers that decided all speakers should float.

Rejoice in the knowledge that should you ever need to know the temperature of a pool there's a Bluetooth-connected thermometer that'll do the job. Or give thanks to the tech gods that while you definitely have green fingers, there's a self-regulating plant pot that'll basically keep anything alive when you can't.

Oddities Of CES 2015