One of the most interesting accessories for roll-off roof observatories made its debut at the Backyard Observatories display: m1 OASYS, an impressive combination web interface security system that can control your observatory from anywhere with an Internet connection, including your cell phone. More information can be found here.
Ever had trouble directing first-time observers to the eyepiece of your telescope at a star party? So has Alan Rifkin of FAR Laboratories, which led to an innovative gadget he dubbed the Look Here Device (LHD). It's a small ring of red LED lights that wraps around an eyepiece. The tool has push-button controls that easily guide observers where they should look. Other nifty accessories from FAR Labs were the Helio Pod solar finder, a red illuminated computer keyboard, and a number of innovative telescope mounts.
A new portable tracking platform for small telescopes and digital cameras made its US debut at NEAF the AstroTrac TT320. This little drive attaches to your photo tripod to deliver up to 2 hours of celestial tracking at a time perfect for astrophotography on the go, or airline travel with small telescopes.