On New Year’s week in Los Angeles held an exhibition CES 2010, CES – a show home electronics, where the leading electronics manufacturers show their new products, gadgets and technology. This time, it became a leitmotif of 3D, video, camcorders, movies and other stuff associated with the image. In addition, considerable attention was paid to the electronic reader, electric cars, and a highlight of the show was kvadrikopter, which can be controlled using the iPhone.
The new navigation system and entertainment in the Audi MMI 3G.
E-reader Interead Cooler.
File Reader QUE e-reader by Plastic Logic, waterproof and can store up to 75000 documents
File Reader enTourage eDGe e-book, the first book, which combines a touchscreen and reading room
3D cinema and 3D glasses from the company Mitsubishi.
3D glasses in action.
A new fine display from Samsung with an embedded processor that can convert 2D images into 3D.
TV – Polar bear.
Tim Holt demonstrates the application Vectorform’s SurfaceDJ.
Tyuningovany Lexus IS F.
3D camcorder from Panasonic, soon everyone will shoot 3D home video.
Robbie Bach, president of entertainment and devices at Microsoft.
Gary Shapiro, president of association of home electronics.
Exhibition was held at the Hilton Hotel.
TCL 3D display.
Exhibition was attended by more than 110 thousand people.
At the exhibition were more than 2,500 exhibition booths.
Charge the Chevy Volt.
File Reader The Sony “Daily Edition” E-reader.
Mask with a digital camera for underwater shooting.
Kvadrikopter Parrot Air Drone, which is controlled by iPhone.
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