In Pictures: The dumbest products of CES 2013

Maybe these companies should've thought twice about showing off their wares

Haier eye-controlled TV

In an apparent attempt to make laziness an art form, Haier has come up with a TV that users control with their eyes -- because holding a remote in your hand and pressing buttons with your thumb is just too taxing. The idea is that the TV comes with a sensor apparatus that tracks users' eye movements to move an on-screen cursor around (blinking is like clicking). The problem? It doesn't work all that well -- and it hardly works at all if the user is wearing glasses. Also: Do we need eye-controlled TVs?

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