Anyone see something interesting at Macworld? I've seen a few. FLIR One is an infrared camera for the iPhone. It is a sort of case into which the iPhone is attached. The backside has an infrared camera and a CMOS camera so you can blend the two images. Really amazing. Available this summer. New ScanSnap scanners. I forgot the model number. They have one which scans books. You hold the book flat on a table and the scan rotates to scan across the pages. The scan head sits high, about 12 inches above the book. Cool to watch. Airturn has a small, hand held Bluetooth gadget for remotely navigating iPad software. Very cool but it needs some new APIs from Apple to work with Keynote and iBooks. The talks were pretty good. David Sparks had some good suggestions. Anything I missed?