• There are 344 robotics exhibitors at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
  • Some robots on display seem tailor-made to wow passerby, but likely wouldn't fit in the home or budget of the average consumer.
  • We saw robot sharks, a robot that plays ping-pong, and a robot that bakes bread.

LAS VEGAS Robots are everywhere at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as 344 robotics exhibitors have displays at the event, according to CES' website .

Some of the robots at this year's CES are modest and wouldn't seem out of place at a Best Buy, others seem tailor-made to wow passerby but likely wouldn't fit in the home or budget of the average consumer. Among them are robot sharks, a robot that plays ping-pong, and a robot that bakes bread.

These are the weirdest robots we saw at CES.

Robotis OP2

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Who makes it: Robotis

What it does: Walk, sit, stand, move its arms

Robotic Hand

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Who makes it: HarmonicDrive

What it does: Play rock, paper, scissors

Kinova

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Who makes it: HarmonicDrive

What it does: Open doors, grab objects

Titan

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Who makes it: Titan

What it does: Take photos and videos underwater

iPal

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Who makes it: AvatarMind

What it does: Talk, dance, play games, display educational content

Luka

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Who makes it: Ling Technology

What it does: Read aloud

UU

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Who makes it: Canbot

What it does: Talk, play music, move its head and arms

Temi

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Who makes it: Temi

What it does: Make video calls, carry objects, record videos, play music

P.A.T.H. Bot

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Who makes it: Honda

What it does: Move

Robo-Shark

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Who makes it: RoboSea

What it does: Swim

BIKI

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Who makes it: RoboSea

What it does: Take photos and videos

PowerEgg

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Who makes it: PowerVision

What it does: Fly, record videos

Cruzr

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Who makes it: Ubtech

What it does: Shake hands, hug, move its arms, make video calls

Alpha Mini

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Who makes it: Ubtech

What it does: Move its head, arms, and torso

Forpheus

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Who makes it: Omron

What it does: Play ping pong

Service Robot

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Who makes it: N.Era Robotic

What it does: Talk, display information, support video calls, analyze customer behavior

BreadBot

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Who makes it: Wilkinson Baking

What it does: Bake bread

Robelf

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Who makes it: Hancom

What it does: Talk, take photos and video

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