Cartoon Guy Loves CarsTrailing this guy as he entered CES, he walked at a very brisk pace until he finally arrived at the cars, where he then stopped to pose and make flashy hand gestures.
Accessory ManRunning low on battery at CES? This guy's got you covered.
The Invisible KeyboardHave you ever seen an Invisible Keyboard? Of course you haven't! This company's idea for a keyboard does away with QWERTY and instead uses finger gestures and auto-fill to make writing sentences quick and easy.
The Nikon GirlsColor-coordinated Nikon girls aren't weird, but why does the girl in white have a cupcake on her head? Nikon raises more questions than answers here.
Ball RobotsA small fenced-off area had a bunch of balls rolling around a mat, while people controlled the balls with their iPhones. Instead of making the easy "playing with your balls" joke, I'd rather commend this product for taking a simple (but different) approach to remote-controlled toys.
Energy + WorkoutsForget solar and wind power. The future of alternative energy is treadmills! CES: Always ahead of the curve.
iPod DockThis iPod/iPhone docking speaker from X-1, which makes the Apple device look like a jet pilot, is actually a three-speaker system that uses infrared sensor controls to control your music.
For the BirdsJust two birds hanging out at a booth in South Hall. Ironically, these guys are unable to perform the word behind their heads.
Alien ArrivesSomebody forgot to tell this guy that CES is a tech convention, not science fiction. Regardless, he fit in perfectly with the Sony crowd.
Robot Player = SmoothBehind 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather Jr. signing autographs was an android trying to pick up some CES chicks. With that slick set of wheels and sweet 'do, this robot's game is titanium-smooth.
The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, held from Jan. 10-13, was the biggest tech convention yet. There were TVs, tablets, and gadgets to make the home a better, smarter and more comfortable place to live. There was a lot to like, but with a convention so massive, there were plenty of strange and unusual sights to see. From people dressed in costumes to offbeat gadgets and accessories, there was plenty of weird to go around at CES this year. In this slideshow, we bring you the weirdest of that weird. Please enjoy the photos.