Starting to get pumped for the International CES mosh pit next week!! Looking forward to the 4k & OLED focus, the high end audio at the Venetian, and of course….the Tech Home pavilion. Also looking forward to the celebrity turn out….please PSY, please show!
We spent many months waking before dawn to train. We lost a few hundred pounds. We got to play in the mud…..
I’m so lucky to have a group of Team Members which like to do silly things too.
We just read about this and we are pretty excited about it. TiVo is offering an add on device which will transcode your live and recorded TV shows and “sling” them over the internet to your Android and iDevices.
Here is their two minute video about it: http://youtu.be/90seBcVnwLo
Probably not groundbreaking, but it is an interesting new use for “Shazam’s” technology. I can’t really visualize how this will be useful, but plan on tagging a few moments during the Olympics to see if it is.
The Olympics really are going to be visually impressive this year. The camera technology in use for both 2D and 3D content at these games is unprecedented, and we can’t wait to see how stunning it looks.
The Consumer Electronics Association is sponsoring “Demo Days” this coming weekend and there is a free ipad giveaway associated with it by clicking below. Good luck on winning the ipad, and let us know if you would like to experience what the Olympics can look and sound like using the latest home entertainment technology.
By chance, we have seen Air Force One on each of the Obama visits to Southern Nevada. This time, we planned for it to keep the streak going. Twitter is the best at breaking news….we knew exactly when to head outside with our camera.
Thank you “Coleman” for assisting us today. He started the day in our morning kick off meeting, moved on to supervising the Construction Review, and finished his day analyzing acoustic reflection & the exact location of the 62hz standing wave in our reference theater.
Sitting in a Samsung demonstration for their new line of televisions. They are trying for a “Minority Report” experience. Get ready to use gestures & voice control instead of your traditional remote control.
Today we embark on a mission. The International Security Conference is wrapping up today here in perfect weather day Las Vegas, and I’ll be scavenging the exposition floor looking for a new product. A product that many manufacturers promised me would be announced soon. Well…..this is the show to announce them, so I’m expecting some good news.
What is it? In the last 6 months we have had about a dozen clients ask for High Definition Surveillance cameras with the ability to Pan, Tilt, and Zoom remotely. Technically, this isn’t new because IP versions of these cameras have existed for years (and for thousands of dollars). But this year we will see the HD over coax cable cameras. Thus bringing both the price and complexity of a full HD solution way, way down.