olloclip is one of the few Kickstarter projects I backed that shipped, and shipped quickly. Originally a 3-in-1 fisheye, wide-angle, and macro lens attachment for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, it's now also available for the iPhone, and given what we saw at CES 2013, that's still just the beginning. At the show, olloclip showed off an adapter that lets the lens attach to the new iPod touch 5 as well, making a great mobile camera truly fantastic. They also showed off a new case that works with the olloclip to provide traditional camera mounts for tripods, flashes, and more. And it even sounds like there may be more lenses in their future as well.
We've already shown you video of Incipio's Atlas case for iPhone](http://www.imore.com/incipio-shows-ultra-protective-atlas-case-iphone), now here's the rest. And oh, what a rest. Incipio is firing on all cylinders at CES 2013, in fact, they're firing everything. From element-proof cases to action cases to fashion cases to armor cases to... you get the idea. There's a wider, better range coming from Incipio than ever before.
Check out all of Derek Kessler's photos below, and let me know which one(s) you like most.
Another little goodie from CES 2013 was Tethercell. This Indiegogo project wraps a connectivity layer around a AAA battery to make it AA-sized, but makes it able to communicate to your iPhone over Bluetooth 4.0.
Element Case puts the high in high-end iPhone and iPad cases and accessories. The team behind Element are hard core gear heads, with a decidedly race-driven, military operator inspired aesthetic, and that's what their designs reflect. In addition to the existing iPhone case lines like Sector and Ronin, and the Joule stand for iPad, they've got some new case designs for both iPad and iPhone heading our way, and you can see them all in Derek Kessler's photos from CES 2013.
At CES 2013, OtterBox announced the Armor Series for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5, their first waterproof case in a long time. The arguably more interesting product OtterBox was showing off at the show was the Defender Series with Ion Intelligence - a new variant with an integrated backup battery and a dedicated iOS application for monitoring how much juice is left in the pack and in your iPhone.
A helpful accessory for parents made its debut at CES 2013 called the VivoPlay by Evado Filip. In addition to GPS and Wi-Fi location-tracking, the VivoPlay has a built-in SIM card and service which allows parents to call their kids directly or vice versa right from the device.
At CES 2013, Olloclip began showing off a new case to go along with their lens system called the Photo Dock. It offers a flip-up section which doubles as an access point for an Olloclip and a more prominent shutter button.
Case-Mate really is undergoing a renaissance at at CES 2013. We already showed you the video of their new crafted collection, so here it is now, captured by Derek Kessler, in fine photographic form. The manufacturing is incredible, the materials beyond premium, the accents perfectly matched, and the overall look takes the product from something meant to protect your iPhone to something with an intrinsic value all it's own.
Plastic screen protectors are increasingly becoming a thing of the past, and just like how BodyGuardz went from wet to dry application on their traditional line of film-based products, they've gone from plastic to glass on their new line of Pure protectors.
With an H8+ hardness, ultra-clear, smudge-resistant finish, the coolest part is putting it on. Just line it up, pull off the covering, and then tap the middle and the adhesive spreads out like a nano-tech army, lightly but securely bonding the BodyGuardz Pure to your iPhone.
Check out the easy installation in the video above and let me know what you think, is glass the future for everyone?