6 January 2014
Last updated at 11:07
Wearable tech is one of the big themes at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Skiers can record their run on the slopes with Liquid Image's snow goggles, which feature a 3-megapixel built-in camera with a wide-angle lens that captures high-definition video.
Cassidy Lammers, of Lenovo, demonstrates the company's new Horizon 2 "table-top" PC, a 27in (68cm), 10-point touchscreen that can be used collaboratively and pairs with smartphones. It also features custom-made board games.
The makers of TREWGrip exhibit their re-invented "rear-typing" keyboard, a handheld device with most of its buttons on the back, allowing it to be used easily while on the move.
Casey Macioge shows off the RunPhones headband, which comes with removable headphones designed to stay put during a workout. The moisture-absorbing material is thin enough to allow runners to hear surrounding traffic.
A member of the PrioVR team plays a video game while wearing 17 body and head sensors. Each sensor contains a magnetometer, gyroscope and accelerometer to translate body motions into actions by gaming characters.
Cycle manufacturer Schwinn is attempting to solve the problem of finding your way on two wheels with the CycleNav, which connects to a smartphone and guides riders via three LED-lit green arrows and voice instructions. The gadget also works as a bike light, and provides journey data, such as distance travelled.
Aerial photography is the focus of products such as the DJI Phantom 2 Vision quadcopter, which has a 14-megapixel camera on board that can shoot still images and video. It is controlled with a smartphone and has a 25-minute flight time. An in-built GPS device returns it to base if it accidentally flies out of range.
The Shine physical-activity monitor by Misfit is carved from aircraft-grade aluminium and lights up in relation to your activity level. It can measure calories, steps, distance and sleep.
LG Electronics' G Flex phone claims to be the world's first curved flexible smartphone, and features a 6in (15cm) P-OLED screen. A self-healing coating allows it to recover from scratches to the exterior, the company says.