The Advanced Incident Response System (AIRS) is an IPv6-enabled solution that would allow incident response personnel from various local, municipal, and government agencies to communicate seamlessly during an event while minimizing dependencies on the fixed infrastructure of the disaster site. Leveraging next generation technologies like IPv6, network mobility, mobile ad hoc networking, and advanced sensor systems, the AIRS solution would enable responders to communicate securely with each other and with their commanders in real time. 
IPv4 makes conferencing problematic in a large amount of network setups due to IPv4 NATs being around. With IPv6 this is not a problem due to the amount of address space and every host getting it's own globally unique address. Devices can communicate in an End-2-End fashion, thus avoiding the need for NAT trickery. This makes setup easier and improves quality of communications.       
Want to have a bit of fun? You will have more fun when all the toys talk to each other, the music you want in the places you are, controlling them from wherever you are and from where you want.    
Forgot to water the plants, or just want to have it exactly done? Give those plants the needed water by controlling them remotely. Want to change the temperature at home? Forgot to turn off the lights or want to turn them on as prevention against burglars? Need a wakeup call? Forgot to turn the gas off? One can easily, remotely, change all of that with this Environmental Control system, which is completely configurable using IPv6.   <img title="Ubiquitous home environment control service through IPv6, the illumination, humidity, temperature and background music can be controlled by any device" style=http://www.ipv6forum.com/im/external/ipv6-toys/"BORDER-RIGHT: black 1px solid; BORDER-TOP: black 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: black 1px solid; WIDTH: 53px; BORDER-BOTTOM: black 1px solid" alt="Environment Control" src="http://www.ipv6forum.com/im/external/ipv6-toys/thumb/ipv6_toys_moodsphere.jpg">       
Need to consult anything on the Internet? Need to restock your fridge? Why not do it from your car? This also allows for remote diagnostics, manufacturer communications, navigation help/mapping/routing and ad hoc connectivity with other cars.  
An IPv6 Enabled PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) will enable you to communicate with all the other IPv6 Toys that are around.
Need to deploy a large amount of sensors and want to be able to communicate directly with them? Using IPv6 you will have a nearly unlimited amount of IP addresses so you can communicate with each and every one of them. 
Need to communicate with all your troops? Want to have access to every single bullet in every magazine of every gun of every soldier in your army? Provide them with IPv6 addresses and they will be able to communicate where ever they are.
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The IPv6 Ready  site contains a list of all products which have succesfully passed the IPv6 Ready Logo tests. The list contains product descriptions, but unfortunately no link to the vendor's information pages or any pictures.