LAS VEGAS--Every year, our team of writers scour the CES show floor to bring you stories of all the new technology on display -- from futuristic concept cars and mind-bending virtual reality devices to portable speakers and itty-bitty health sensors.
We're not afraid to get our hands dirty in the process, even though it sometimes results in some less-than-flattering pictures. So here, dear reader, are some of the silly things we put ourselves through to bring you the stories of CES 2015.
Boy George? Why, no. That's Luke Westaway, of CNET's London office, trying out a Panasonic smart mirror that lets you preview makeup and facial hair before committing to it. (See video of the Panasonic smart mirror here.)
At CES, there's no end to the number of things being foisted on reporters' heads. Here, Anthony Domanico tests out the Melomind, which measures your brain waves and uses music and meditation to help you mellow out. We should probably all be wearing these the week of CES.
The newest fashion accessory? Maybe not. But the Muse, like the Melomind in the previous slide, aims to help you relax. Here, Sharon Profis tries to reach a calm state of meditation on the busy show floor at CES's Tech West, not an easy feat. See video here.
Here's Scott Stein, putting more things on his noggin. But unlike most of the smart glasses we've seen, the Jins Meme actually look like reasonable eyewear. They look inward to test your eye motion and blinking, with the goal of alerting drivers (or perhaps people working long days at a computer screen) when they're getting too fatigued and need to take a break. Watch video of it here.