CES 2010, First-timer Impressions

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3D…what can I say that probably hasn’t already been said elsewhere? Yes, it was very popular, some of the larger crowds were around any booth that had a 3D demo of some type. Companies large and small had some kind of 3D gadget/gizmo, some worked better than others…although there was at least one 3D LCD-TV which did not require any kind of eyewear to see the 3d effect and while I could see and process the 3D imagery, after a very short time of looking at the screen my eyes started to hurt. I’m not sure what was wrong but I didn’t really feel like sticking around to figure it out.

Here is one of the crowded 3D demo booths.

Kodak and Intel had some interesting interactive visual displays which to me seem perfect for corporate information systems which could include advertising, teleconferencing, research. Consumer uses could include entertainment/news, shopping and virtual sight-seeing — I could go on but I’ll let you, the reader imagine more uses.

Kodak’s impressive interactive display.

And Intel’s impressive interactive display.


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