An attendee tries out the beard simulation effect on a Panasonic Corp. Smart Mirror during the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, on January 6, 2015.
Photograph by Michael Nagle — Bloomberg/Getty Images
By Chris Morris
January 7, 2015

There’s never a shortage of unusual gadgets at CES. But while items like virtual reality headsets and 4K/Ultra High Definition television sets capture the spotlight, there are just as many oddball items as well.

These gadgets may never be a big sales success – and may not even reach store shelves – but they’re often the talk of show attendees, if only because they’re so bizarrely curious.

In years past, items like the SmartFork and iPotty turned heads. Here’s this year’s crop of CES strangeness.

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