The best of CEATEC 2016: virtual tea, printed makeup, too many robots

Japan got weird again.

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    Panasonic showed off a TV that hides in plain sight, there were gesture controlled origami birds, and a TARDIS-shaped machine that could 3D scan your entire body in four seconds flat. That's the kind of show CEATEC is. There were even more robots, and while some of them might have a future, many may never be seen again. And that's okay. Here's everything we saw, and you can find all the best bits in the video above.

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