Posts Tagged ‘ces’
BMW's dashboard of the future from CES 2016

Previewing the Future of Cars at CES

There is no better place to witness the future of the automotive industry than at CES. That’s because CES is not a car show, it’s a technology show. Held annually in Las Vegas, CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, is the largest event in the consumer electronics industry with over 170,000 attendees. CES offers a […]

The Average Lifespan of 7 Popular Tech Products

As CES2016 launches in Las Vegas today, with probably over 125,000 people combing through the IoT home displays, trying on wearables that mostly look like big watches, and gazing at endless rows of huge (often curved) UHD – 4K screens, here’s a report on technology that’s probably already still has life and is getting old […]

Photography courtesy of Robb Cohen Photography and Video

NAB Was Abuzz with 4K Production and Delivery

This year’s NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show was information packed, exciting, interesting, fun and stressful–all at the same time.  It was a reflection of an entire industry in the throws of change and honestly, it will probably take three articles to properly discuss the finer points.  Let’s get the “fun” part out of the […]
CES 2015 view of LVCC

Gawking at CES 2015

Wear it, Drive it, Watch it – WOW, It’s Coming Rush Begins – The 2015 CES was not only the largest worldwide show to date, it was also the most packed by industry executives and media people from around the world. When you’re caught up in the magic of CES (Consumer Electronics Show), it’s pretty […]

Liquid Image 4 G Live Streaming Wearable Camera

Wearable streaming Ego LS 4G camera from Liquid Image on display at CES 2015

Liquid Image demonstrated their Ego LS wearable 4G camera at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015, which will be on the market within Q1 2015, and not dependent on any other device to stream content. The latest word is that the camera will be available by the end of Q1, and was held back from release […]
Narrative Clip Version 2

Narrative Debuts the Wi-Fi Enabled Clip 2 Wearable Camera and New App Features

Unveiled at CES 2015, Narrative’s tiny wearable camera features wireless connectivity, improved image quality and an upgraded user interface Narrative, the Swedish company that introduced the world’s most wearable camera, announces the Narrative Clip 2. Focused on wearability, this small camera snaps automatic photos of your life on the go, organizing them into moments that […]

Interactive Payment Cards from MasterCard and Dynamics, Inc. For enhanced security, Dynamics interactive payment cards can include a display and keypad. When a consumer enters the correct unlocking code into the buttons of the card, the payment card number is provided on a display (for online use) and is written to the stripe (for in-store use). (Photo: Business Wire)

Dynamics, Inc produces the first “Computer in a Credit Card”, demoing at Consumer Electronics Show

Innovative Technology Replaces Traditional Credit and Debit Cards; Brings Greater Security, Convenience and Control to Consumers with Existing Point-of-Sale Equipment Dynamics, Inc. has brought to market the first and only functional interactive payment card with a computer inside and buttons, displays and LED on its face. In the growing adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) […]
3D printer growth from CEA

Three Quarters of 3D Printer Owners Report High Daily and Weekly Usage, Finds New CEA Study

3D printers expected to bring in $76 million in U.S. revenue this year According to a study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, the organization that runs the popular annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas,  three quarters of 3D printer owners (76 percent) report using their 3D printers daily or several times […]

Video Goodies from International CES 2014 (VIDEO)

Along with the many 4K cameras, camcorders, and other usual suspects at CES 2014 I noticed four items that could be interesting additions to the videographer/transmedia storyteller’s arsenal, especially if portability in the field is something to be desired. This video report covers four items (out of hundreds, I must confess), all which could add […]

From CES 2014: Untethered Wacom pressure sensitive graphic tablets allow creativity on the go

Wacom came to International CES 2014 without making a major new project announcement, but with enough floor space to keep at least a half-dozen people busy at a time. It was a pretty quiet area, compared with the gaming and automotive sections, as there were people concentrating mostly on being creative using Wacom’s pressure sensitive […]

Brightcove zencoder cloud-based encoding

Brightcove collaborates with Rovi offering HEVC in Zencoder cloud encoding to support Ultra HD and 4K

Brightcove  a leading global provider of cloud services for video, and Rovi Corporation, announced on January 7, 2014 a collaboration designed to accelerate the adoption of next-generation video compression standards. Through the agreement, Brightcove has licensed the DivX High-Efficiency Video Encoding (HEVC) solution, which is critical for streaming high-quality video and will be a driving […]

Worried about Passive 3DTV Resolution?

I’ve long wondered when a TV provider would come out with a TV that offered double vertical resolution on a Passive 3D TV, allowing 1080 lines of resolution in each eye (right now most Passive 3D TV’s have to cut your resolution in half, turning a 1080-line screen into 540 for each eye).  LG has […]