CES ’14: Top 5 Trends
January 13, 2014
Last week, ImageThink was thrilled to work on site at CES 2014 in sunny Las Vegas, NV. The annual Consumer Electronics Show is an internationally renowned technology trade-show with over 155,000 attendees – it is the place to view and learn about innovation new products in technology. What were the biggest trends of CES2014? Check out ImageThink’s custom summary illustration for our Top 5 below:
1. Wearable Technology Great new products like Fitbit Flex log and translate your fitness, calories, and sleep data to provide you with a 360 view of your personal health. 2. Smart Homes Ever worry you ran out the door without locking the house? Now you can do so remotely via your smart phone with Lockitron. 3. Screens Sharper, larger, and higher resolution screens are rolling out like the Samsung 110 inch UCH TV. And, YouTube will soon upgrade to 4k as well. 4. Games Mobile apps are hot again this year, as well as new advances in motion controlled interfaces. Oculus Rift was a huge hit and seems to be leading the way in virtual reality gaming. 5. Cars Connected cars with impressive tech capabilities will collect your past driving experiences, analyze current conditions, and provide you with up to date information so you may have a safer ride. Safer for you and others on the road!The potential for big data knew no bounds at CES2014. We were blown away innovative ideas present and anticipating big things from the technology front in 2014. To learn more about ImageThink’s capabilities in partnering with technology experts, please visit our past blogpost on Graphic Recording for Maker Faire New York 2013 where we visually translated insights from folks including: Bre Pettis of 3-D Printer – MakerBot, Massimo Banzi of Arduino, Eben Upton of Raspberry Pi, Mark Hatch of TechShop, Dr. Dawn Wendell of MIT, writer and author AJ Jacobs, and NY Times/Wired writer Clive Thompson. And, for more information about our work in Graphic Recording and illustration, please visit our Services page to see additional examples of our work. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org !