33 of the best and wackiest photos from the biggest tech convention of the year

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  • The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas features more than 4,400 exhibitors showcasing the very latest in gizmos, gadgets, and doodads.
  • This year, more than 180,000 people are attending CES.
  • Some wacky technology has been on display thus far, including a Lamborghini-themed massage chair and cars with foldable legs.

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the place where companies like LG, Samsung, and Sony show off their latest TVs, laptops, and other state-of-the-art high tech.

But it’s also the place where some of the weirdest and wildest gadgetry gets its time in the spotlight.

Lamborghini-themed massage chairs, cars with foldable legs, and Roomba-like lawn mowers are just a few of the bizarre products seen thus far at the world’s largest tech show.


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Things haven’t quite escalated to the degree it hit last year, where a pole-dancing robot performed at a nearby gentleman’s club. But you never know – CES doesn’t end until Friday.

Here are the 33 best and wackiest photos from CES 2019 thus far:


LG unveils its futuristic Signature OLED TV that rolls-up with the press of a button.

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These LG OLED TV screens were used to create a colourful light display for attendees.


The Bodyfriend LBF-750 is a Lamborghini-themed massage chair.

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In John Deere’s debut at CES, the company showcased its connected combine harvester that it describes as an “intelligent factory on wheels.”


JD.com shows off an augmented reality system which lets customers virtually try on clothing.

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Ganzin Technology’s eye tracking device hope to “unlock the potential of the eyes as the ultimate interface with the digital world.”

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Hyundai showed off a concept car with foldable legs that allow it to navigate difficult terrain.

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Impossible Foods showed off the Impossible Burger 2.0 — a new version of its veggie burger that’s intended to taste just like real meat. The new recipe is supposed to be even tastier, but just as healthy as the original.

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The LG HomeBrew lets you brew beer from a pod.


Volo’s cordless hairdryer uses infrared radiant heat instead of hot air.

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The Bread Bot is a fully automated bread-making machine that can turn out a loaf of bread every six minutes.

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Harley Davidson and Panasonic partnered for a new fully-electric motorcycle.

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The Clear Up device by Tivic Health Systems is a sinus pain reliever.

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The Imalac nurture nursing and pumping bra has attachable massage cups.

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Another booth displayed the Willow, a wearable, in-bra breast milk pump.


A robotic laundry folding machine by FoldiMate can fold a load of laundry in under four minutes.

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The Indego S+ autonomous lawn mower is like a Roomba, but for your grass.


Lovot is a robot companion with artificial intelligence that can ask for attention, shy away from people it’s not familiar with, and follow you around like a pet.


Attendees could try out the Somnox Sleep Robot, which mirrors your breathing to give you a better night’s sleep.


Polaroid let attendees draw on a model at the company’s booth.

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Sharp showed off its smart cat litter box, which comes with a monitor for tracking your pet’s health.

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SoftBank’s Pepper (left) and Simbe Robotics’ Tally teamed up during a demonstration to demonstrate how the robots would function in a retail store.

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People were able to sit in and test out Panasonic’s autonomous vehicles, including the awkwardly-named SPACe_L Autonomous Cabin.

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The Spectra X electric skateboard lets you steer by shifting your body weight around.


Google’s CES booth featured a Disneyland-style ride to show off the new features in its voice-enabled Google Assistant.


Debussy’s smart headphones can stream music from several compatible streaming services without the need for a connected device.


Navatics displayed its underwater drone MITO in a small aquarium.


This autonomous PodZero vehicle from Aurrigo, powered by IBM Watson and ride-hailing app Via, was directed around a closed course using voice-activated technology.


The show floor featured a full-on yacht from Furrion Adonis, equipped inside with cutting-edge technology.


Bell displayed a concept version of its Nexus hybrid electric air taxi, which it says will one day give rides through the air.


The ElectraFlyer is a single-person hybrid electric multi-copter used as a hover or personal flying device.


These robots from Varram are designed to care for your pets while you’re away, and can apparently help with pet anxiety and dispense treats.


Apple doesn’t officially attend CES, but made its presence known at this years event with a massive billboard highlighting the iPhone’s privacy features. It was taken as a shot across the bow at Google, which sponsored the monorail below.

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And because who could forget, here’s the pole-dancing robot from CES 2018.

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