These are the top five weirdest things we saw at CES 2019.
Let me tell you something Eugene, it was super hard making this list, only five and ranking them?
Super difficult, let's get to it.
At number five is the LG rollable OLED television.
We saw this device last year but the weirdest part is it's actually going on sale later this year LG said it's rolled up the device 50,000 times without breaking.
The price is still unknown, but I bet it's going to be pricey.
At number 4 is the Bread Bot.
Now, this thing is designed for grocery stores and retailers.
Those places can then use the machine to make lots and lots of bread.
It's fully automated and handles all the mixing and baking.
Did I mention that when the bread is ready, that customers can purchase the bread from the machine.
It could cost around $100,000 over a five year lease.
At number three is Monit smart diaper sensor.
It's a Bluetooth device that you attach to a diaper that can let you know when your baby has gone number one or two.
For real, that's what it does.
When your baby does have a movement you'll get a notification.
It definitely seems like a very strange idea.
Most parents know there is a certain smell involved for some diaper stuff But if your kids are in a car seat or a stroller, the Monit sensor could be of some use.
At number two is the Bell Nexus hybrid electric air taxi.
All those words together put a big smile on my face cuz that's crazy.
This was just a concept for now so we didn't get to see it fly, the rotors tilt, when tilted down, it will be used to get this thing off the ground.
Once that happens, the fans will tilt for forward flight.
Bell has built tilting rotors before for the V-22 Osprey military craft.
Before we get to number one, I wanna talk about my personal favorite thing I saw at CES 2019, and that is Bob the dishwasher.
It's a tiny dishwasher that doesn't need to be hooked up to a water supply.
You actually can just dump in Three liters of water using a jug.
It seems perfect for apartments and for small families.
I'm a big fan of the dishwasher.
And the number one weirdest thing at CES 2019 has to be the Hyundai Elevate walking car concept It's meant as a rescue vehicle in bad terrain.
The legs have five points of articulation each.
Each wheel can move or be stopped independently.
At first, it looks a bit creepy, but the elevate is really awesome.
Handling off of road conditions could become incredibly useful for fire and rescue agencies.
All that being said, dang, that's weird.
That does it for us.
There were so many cool things, strange things, awesome things at CES 2019.
Check out cnet.com for all of that, I'm Iyaz Akhtar, and I'll see you online.
Elon Musk's Neuralink wants to let your brain control a computer...
A quick lap of the best auto tech at CES 2019
Corning brings stronger, more flexible automotive-grade Gorilla...
CES 2019: Can VR hockey make you a smarter player?
Amazon's gaming service, Google's massive CES presence
CES 2019: Run-DMC gives their perspective on the current tech...
CES 2019: Babeyes is a wearable video camera for your baby
Elecpro's US:E smart lock has a built-in camera too at CES 2019
CES 2019: Ride along with us in an autonomous Lyft
CES 2019: Meet the beer butler that follows you around