We're seeing so many objects here where the form has nothing to do with the function, as a designer it's almost... offensive. So it was almost refreshing to run across this weird massage products section, where things need to be shaped in such a way as to interact with the human body. The area was hard to miss, because there were quietly moaning people apparently being eaten by chairs (like this one by Infinity):
Then across from him, we saw this dude:
Guy on the right is getting his eyeballs massaged, in addition to the top of his head. A company called Breo USA (ironically, a Chinese company based in Canada) makes a ton of different portable battery-powered massagers targeted towards different areas of the body, and he's wearing their iDream 3 Eye & Head Massager.
Breo's Mini Body Massagers are designed with different shapes at the business end, depending on where they're meant to contact.
You've got one for the scalp...
...another for the "face...."
...and another for the body in general.
They've even got a hand massager, below. You stick your hand in the padded tunnel and the machine does the rest.
New for CES, Breo debuted this Special-Forces-looking thing:
That's the iNeck Massager, which you pull against your neck to increase the force:
Folks, after traipsing up and down the tradeshow floors all day, we could've stayed in this section forever. But no, Core77 soldiers on.