Cool and unusual tech at CES 2014

As International CES winds down, CNET’s Sumi Das rounds up some of the coolest tech from the Las Vegas showcase.

The Myo armband by Thalmic Labs lets you control computers or tablets using gestures. Myo uses sensors to detect the electrical activity generated when your brain tells your muscles to move.

Our digital world is carving out a spot in over physical space. At Intel’s keynote address, the company unveiled the concept for a wireless charging bowl. How about an iPad holder for toddlers on the toilet? Say hello to CTA’s digital iPotty. There’s even an oven with a built-in Android tablet.

Other cool devices include Kolibree’s connected toothbrush, which uses sensors to analyze how long and thoroughly your brush your teeth. It then sends the data to a mobile all.