They call it the next revolution in TV watching. We call it flat-out silly. The TV Hat takes the video feed from your iPhone or Android device and lets you watch it anywhere, anytime.
Social Shower Curtain
Does maintaining connections on Facebook seem to pervade everything you do? Let your bathroom get in on the fun with this plugged-in shower curtain, which displays recent friend feeds from your tub, sink and more.
Extra "organs" that can be controlled with your brain waves? Japanese company Neurowave says they can express your emotions by reading signals from your gray matter.
This bizarre gizmo solves a problem you didn't know you had: How to operate that smartphone while you're soaking in the tub?
Edible iPhone Gummy Cases
An April Fool's joke from the minds at Think Geek, we still think edible smartphone cases might be a good idea. Solve your hunger and protect your gizmo, all at once!
USB Squirming Tentacle
It won't store any data, but this squirming tentacle, which draws power from your USB port, is certainly amusing.
Fly-Goodbye Bug Vacuum Gun
Flies or other creepy crawlers infesting your keyboard? Get rid of 'em the sanitary way -- with this handy bug vacuum gun. It sounds silly until you suck up your first bug.
Tin Can Robot
Turn any metal can into a walking, wobbling, bug-eyed robot that can move -- or a robotic monster. Sure, it's silly, but it's also a way to keep the kids occupied ... and thinking about science.
Lolita Chandelier: Crystal chandelier with computer controlled LEDs
The Swarovski crystal company designed this in 2004, calling it the first text-messaging chandelier. Made of 2,100 crystals and 1,050 white LEDs, it displayed any message sent from your smartphone. Sadly, it's no longer available.
The pitch from Solafeet is simple genius: Tan your feet while surfing the Internet. No fooling.
Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain
Push one of the buttons to simulate the sound made by popping bubble wrap -- clearly one of the most satisfying actions ever.
From edible gear to tentacles to prosthetic noses, these gadgets have us asking, what the tech were they thinking?