Offbeat tech: The misfits of CES

Here are eight unusual items--some available, others strictly conceptual--that caught our eye at CES 2010.

Liquid Image Snow Goggles with Integrated Digital Camera



Wouldn't skiing or snowboarding be more fun if you could record your POV for posterity?

And wouldn't your friends want to share in your terror as you slammed into that tree?

The Liquid Image Summit Series of snow goggles can turn you into a mountaintop videographer.

Featuring an integrated digital camera, the Summit goggles capture 720x480 video (with audio) at up to 30 frames per second, as well as 5-megapixel still images.

Onboard flash memory is a puny 16MB, but you can add up to 16GB via a Micro SD/SDHC card slot. The first Summit Series model will ship this summer and cost about US$150.

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