Location: Televisions and Stereos 2011
Televisions, Stereos, and Home Electronics at CES The Central Hall of the CES Consumer Electronics Show is always a spectacle. Something to behold. You are about to enter a world of bigscreen televisions like you have never seen or dreamed about. Here is where the largest manufacturers of Televisions, surround sound stereos, DVD players, Blue Ray Players, 3D Video players, and accessory manufacturers show off their wares. The average booth measures over 2,000 square feet, and the displays are breath taking. Over the last few years big screen TV's that are less than an inch thick, screens over 150 inches, and giant displays with moving televisions have been the norm. Now we are moving to 3D so the methods are changing a bit, but the results are the same. I can't wait to see what is set up this year.
The Central Hall at CES isn't just a place to see Televisions, Monitors, and the things that display the media of the day. You are also quite likely to be a castmember in the live studio audience of today's biggest TV news show. Annually G4, MSNBC, and CNET broadcast live from the CES show. These networks set up full broadcast sets, complete with multiple cameras, mixing stations for video, audio, cranes, lights, and portable power. CES is a great way to get "EYES ON" the latest and greatest equipment available. These big boys bring in the hottest gear, and use it right in front of you.
3D Booths Dominated the Show in 2011
3D gaming started it this latest push. Movie makers embraced the technology, and much hardware became mainstream already. Now we are starting to see the Prosumer, Consumer, and Disposable models of 3D media capturing come to the fore. The boot to the left shows a vivid, 3D diarama that is there simply to photograph. The clarity, the vivid detail, and the amazing power of these little electronics will give you all kinds of good ideas for your next project.