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Alpha robot: Alpha is a humanoid robot developed by Ubtech. It can sing, dance, follow voice commands and even play football.
Remote controlled R2-D2: One for Star Wars fans, a show attendee takes a selfie with a remote control R2-D2.
Samsung Gear S: This smartwatch connects to your smartphone, displaying notifications on its curved two-inch screen. It makes and receives calls while built-in sensors track fitness.
Sony FDR-x1000V: Sony’s splash-proof action camera is designed for the great outdoors. It shoots at 4K resolution to produce movies with four times are much detail as HD.
Mobile device charger: This charging unit from Skiva can charge multiple phones and tablets at once.
LG Styler: Designed for clothes that are hard to clean and when time is at a premium, the LG Styler will refresh clothes without water or detergents.
Mobility scooter: A visitor to the show sits in the All Weather mobility scooter.
Lyte glasses: Rivalling Google Glass, these glasses can film and store movies on a built-in memory card.
LG HomeBot Square: This square-shaped robot vacuum cleaner includes extra-long side brushes for removing dirt from corners and wall edges.
Electric garden dress: Wearable tech meets fashion in this dress from British designer Amy Winters. LED lamps work with a colour sensor to recognise and reflect different colours.
3D printed guitar: This 3D-printed electric guitar was created by 3D Systems.
3D printed sandals: US-company 3D Systems, which makes 3D printers, also showed off 3D-printed sandals.
LG curved TVs: LG unveiled a host TVs incorporating OLED technology in flat and curved versions at 55, 65 and 77-inches, all with a resolution of 4K.
GausWheel: Oliver Hegedus demonstrates how to operate the GausWheel scooter, an alternative form of transport for urban areas as well as skate-park stunts.
Visijax jacket: The high-visibility jacket is equipped with LED lights, making it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to be seen at night.