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The Gadget Show 2

The Gadget Show 2
Joe McMahon models the Liquid Image underwater digital camera/video mask at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The mask can take HD video and still photos and supporters up to a 32GB SD card for memory. This model (Scuba Series HD320) is waterproof to 115ft (35m) while the pro model is waterproof to 330ft (100m). (Getty Images)
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Tim Sheridan, wearing a headset containing sensors for the forehead and earlobes to measure brainwave activity, uses his mind to raise a small purple foam ball as he demonstrates the Mindflex game at the Mattel display at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. When the player focses their concentration the foam ball rises on a stream of air, while relaxing the mind allows the ball to descend. (Getty Images)
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The Vue personal video network camera is displayed at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. the Vue personal video network, a live, remote video system that enables consumers to view their family, home or business anytime and from anywhere, is in beta testing now and will be on the market in spring 2009. The Vue system, by Avaak, consists of miniature, battery-operated, wireless video camera (in photo) which is mounted on walls or other surfaces by an adhesive backing, and a Web-based monitoring service that is available 24/7. (Getty Images)
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The QA telepresence robot by Anybots roams the floor at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show. The 5 foot (152cm) tall robot's telepresence is managed by a screen showing who is talking and speakers so the recipient can hear them. The robot's user operates QA from an online laptop computer anywhere in the world, talking through a headset and controlling the robots movement. An Anybots representative suggested a possible application could be for US companies manufacturing products in Chinese factories. Instead of having an American manager travel periodically to China to explain and oversee production, the manager could stay in the US and via the internet have QA embody him as he oversees and instructs workers on the Chinese factory floor. (Getty Images)
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Toshiba's prototype water-resistant Internet viewer is displayed in water at the show. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs until January 11 and features 2,700 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to more than 130,000 attendees. (Getty Images)
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Motorola's new Aura phone is displayed at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show. The high-end phone features a 62-carat sapphire crystal lens, a two megapixel camera and a screen resolution with 16 million colors at 300 dpi. It's the world's first true circular display on a phone. (Getty Images)
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Daniel Brown gets a Coke at Samsung's new interactive uVend machine. Samsung, Sapient and Coca-Cola collaborated on the machines that feature touch screen displays, shock sensors and Wi-Fi and will be beta tested in malls in the first quarter of 2009. (Getty Images)
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Canon's Vixia HF S10 high definition camcorder is displayed at the show. The device can record up to 12 hours of high definition video on a 32 GB internal flash drive and features a 10x HD video lens and a built-in 8 megapixel digital camera. (Getty Images)
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Taser International vice president of communications Steve Tuttle displays a Mossberg Less Lethal Shotgun (LLS) that fires a Taser round in a shotgun shell. Tuttle said the 12-gauge pump-action shotgun was specifically designed to work with the X236 law enforcement model Taser so there would be no possibility of accidentally loading it with lethal ammunition. The shotgun fires what is called an extended range electronic projectile (XREP) 75-100 feet - three times farther than a normal Taser - and is not tethered to the gun. The new system can work with any 12-gauge shotgun and will be available for law enforcement personnel in March 2009. (Getty Images)
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A demonstration of CoPilot Live's new 3D buildings and landmarks feature by ALK Technologies, Inc. shows a 3D rendering of the famous sign welcoming motorists on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. In addition to the new 3D feature, ALK is currently developing their satellite navigation software to fully work on Apple's iPhone and the T-Mobile G1 phone from Google. (Getty Images)