What's cool at the showThe annual expo for Mac and iOS users has evolved to focus on the user community, but the Macworld | iWorld exhibit hall where companies show off their wares is still a huge part of the show\u2014you might even say it\u2019s the most important part. Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest. We call these products the Best of Show.Macworld's editors use their market knowledge and expertise to determine the candidates. After some back-and-forth among editors, a list of the winners is created. Here are the recipients of the 2012 Macworld | iWorld Best of Show awards. (A complete list of winners in one article is also available.)Adonit Jot Touch\nArtists who use the iPad and a stylus to draw will appreciate the Jot Touch\u2019s support for pressure sensitivity, done by using a combination of Bluetooth, a spring tip in the stylus, and software on the iPad. (Under $100)\nRyz Media blinQ\nThe blinQ plugs into your iPhone\u2019s headphone jack and, with the blinQ TV app, turns the iPhone into a remote control for your TV. The app has social network features, letting you post to Twitter or Facebook so your friends can see what you\u2019re watching and tune in, as well. ($10)\nBlue Microphones Spark Digital\nThe Spark Digital is a condenser microphone that can be used with a Mac or an iPad, and has a built-in shock mount and adjustable stand. It uses the same studio-grade condenser capsule as the original analog version of the Spark microphone. ($200)\nBoinx Software iStopMotion for iPad\nUse Boinx Software iStopMotion for iPad to shoot a series of pictures on your iPad. Then you can use iStopMotion to assemble a stop-motion animation that you can export as a video clip or upload to YouTube. You can also use the app with Boinx\u2019s iStopMotion Remote Camera app and set up an iPhone as a camera that transfers its pictures to the iPad. ($10)\nDev-Audio Microcone\nA multidirectional microphone in the shape of a cone, this $389 device can capture audio from six different directions on six different audio channels. The Microcone comes with software that lets you adjust the volumes of each of the six channels.\nFileThis Fetch\nGetting your financial statements from your bank, retirement fund, and credit card companies just got a lot easier. For $2 a month (less if you buy a prepaid plan), FileThis Fetch will get these financial statements automatically, whenever a new statement is available. Statements can be saved into an Evernote account or on your Mac.\nGlobal Delight Game Your Video\nAdding special effects, such as slow motion, splitting one frame into three, voice effects, and video filters, can make a boring video fun. Why not make the video-editing process fun, too? Game Your Video uses a friendly, easy-to-use interface that makes it entertaining to apply the effects. ($2)\ni4software Video Camera\nCalling itself a \u201cvideo studio in your pocket,\u201d Video Camera lets you shoot, edit, and share your video in one app. What\u2019s more impressive about the app is its remote-camera feature, which lets up to eight shooters record an event at the same time; the footage can then be edited together on one iPhone. ($8)\nLantronix xPrintServer\nWouldn\u2019t it be helpful if, when using an iPad at work, you could print to any printer on the network? With the xPrintServer, you can. This device connects to your router via ethernet, finds all the available printers on the network, and then makes those printers available to the iPad. ($150)\nSmile PDFpen for iPad\nLike the Mac version, PDFpen for iPad is a feature-filled app that lets you annotate and edit PDF documents. You can also import images from your Photo Library and place them in PDFs. It can store files in iCloud, Dropbox, Google Docs, and Evernote. ($10)\nTourWristThis free app isn\u2019t just another panoramic photo app. If you move your iPhone or iPad, the panoramic photo moves with the device, changing your perspective on the photo. You can create 360-degree tours of locations, and share them on the TourWrist website.