Advances in OLEDs, touch screens, wearables and sensors all draw attention.
David Savastano, Editor01.26.16
When it comes to consumer goods of all kinds, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the most intriguing shows out there. Held in Las Vegas in early January, CES highlights some of the hottest trends and showcases technologies that may or may not become game changers. CES 2016 was no exception.
It’s kind of like the annual Auto Shows that travel from city to city. I used to take my oldest son to these shows, and we’d see cars that were amazing. We are talking about 10 years ago, and I still remember seeing a Mercedes that operated with a joy stick, which would be ideal for left-handed people who could drive the car from the passenger seat. That never reached the market, but it did draw attention ot the booth (I don’t recall seeing any self-driving cars a decade ago - that was too far out)!
From the flexible and printed electronics side, past CES shows have had products as focal points. A few years ago, Plastic Logic’s touch screen was na
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