Offbeat tech: The misfits of CES

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

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<h2>Light Blue Optics Light Touch Interactive Projector</h2><br><br>[[xref:http://lightblueoptics.com/news/light-blue-optics-unveils-light-touch-an-interactive-projector-that-turns-any-flat-surface-into-a-touch-screen/|Light Blue Optics|Light Blue Optics]]' Light Touch is an interactive projector that turns any flat surface into a 10-inch touchscreen. <br><br>Using multi-touch technology, this clever technology--which is made for inclusion in other products--gives users a more spacious and ergonomic touchscreen experience, particularly when viewed beside the cramped confines of your average smartphone display. <br><br> I'd like to see Light Touch integrated with projector-equipped smartphones. Who needs a tablet computer when any tabletop can double as a touchscreen?

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