Burt and Jacy attended the International Consumer Electronics Show (aka CES) January 6-10 in Las Vegas, NV. CES is the largest consumer electronics trade show of its kind. A lot of colleagues have been talking about it. Now we know why…
The amount of stuff to see at CES is slightly overwhelming, but in a good way. If you ever plan on attending, be prepared to walk about five miles a day. Of the things we saw, here’s a list of the top 10 that stood out the most. They’re in no particular order.
You can also check out the full album of all the cool things we saw on our Facebook page.
1. Audi laser headlights.
Audi did an amazing job with their display and information. The video on the history of light was worth the wait.
Marshall also had an amazing display. They even had a happy hour party with Steve Angello from Swedish House Mafia. The sound quality of their headphones and speakers are amazing.
3. Sharebrands One of the coolest things we saw at the show were products with a cause. We stopped by to learn more about Sharebrands and discovered that they donate 25% of their product sales to different causes.
Looptworks is based in Portland, OR. They upcycle materials to make cases and bags for computers.
We’re always looking for solutions for smart home integrations. Revolv makes a device that can connect a lot of your smart-phone controlled products all in one place!
6. 3D printing
We saw too many cool things to list just one. MakerBot and RoBo had some cool stuff. And if you don’t have the funds to buy a printer, you can use a service like Sculpteo to print things for you.
Who wouldn’t want a remote shutter for your smartphone? ShutterBall is a bluetooth device that works from up to 60 feet away.
We stumbled upon a company that makes mobile devices and apps to connect people to health care.
9. Native Union gripster case
We’ve been searching for a good iPad case to use for some of our clients. Native Union hooked us up with their gripster case to try. It’s pretty awesome.
10. Steadicam Curve for GoPro
Steadicam makes an awesome product to use with your GoPro. It works as a stabilizer to hold, so you can film without a lot of movement.