Meet Michael Uehara. He's the director of Extraterrestrial Technology, a company that claims to cure pets' ills with a cell phone and, yes, extraterrestrial technology. The technique can also be applied, he says, to heal bad backs, food allergies, and other human ailments. How does it work? Spoiler: It doesn't, but if CES is good for anything, it's this sort of delightful nonsense. Suzanne LaBarre
Each year, we attend CES in Las Vegas with the goal of bringing you the best, most innovative new products. And then there’s everything else. The inexplicably tiny toilet with an iPad attached. The guy wants to cure your pet’s depression using ET tech and a cell phone. The ladies who forgot to wear pants. PhD theses could be written about the tech industry’s taste for appealing to the lowest common denominator. ‘Til then, enjoy these shots of the wackier side of CES 2013, which closed yesterday.