Videobox at CES

Looking at car

The porn may have been flowing at the Sands Expo Center, but a few blocks away the nerd factor was through the roof at the Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition to the Adult Entertainment Expo, Videobox spent a couple days at CES, soaking in some upcoming gadgets we’ll be seeing more of in 2011.

There are a variety of products coming out that could improve the way you consume video. To name a few, some vendors focused on:

  • New 3d technologies, including 3d TV with no glasses and prosumer-level 3d camcorders
  • pocket-sized laser display projectors
  • kinect-style remoteless navigation
  • HDMI-over-IP
  • Fancy new tablets
  • Amazing new advances in TV tech, including big-screen OLED displays

The list of interesting new tech is immense. Over the next couple days I’ll be showcasing some of the interesting products I saw at CES, and how they could aide your porn viewing experience.

Stay tuned!

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5 Responses to “Videobox at CES”

  1. joe Says:

    Hey, isn’t that the nerdy guy in the Ron Jeremy ad?

  2. ropeadope Says:

    @ joe – Lol, I scurried back to re-watch the Jeremy ad, and I think it’s a different guy. What makes it a bit difficult is we’re viewing the ad guy head-on, and this guy in profile. But the Jeremy ad guy strikes me as having better posture. Maybe the individual above is the mysterious ZAPP himself!

  3. zapp Says:

    Haha, yep, that’s me eyeing up one of the dozens of Lamborghinis at the car audio Hall at CES. My name is Adam, I’m an engineer at VB; my username is an ode to Zapp Brannigan 🙂 Kenny is the guy in the excellent Ron Jeremy ads.

  4. ropeadope Says:

    @ zapp – Hey Adam, good to see you. I know many names among the VideoBox personnel, but very few faces. It’s always nice to be able to put a face with the name. Yes, I assumed the username was a reference to Brannigan. Which wasn’t really going out on a limb, since I don’t know any other Zapp’s. Looking forward to more of your CES reports.

  5. ocnier Says:

    Hi Adam, just curious, the hdmi over IP sounds suspiciously like the HDbaseT initiative that has been hammered on the last couple of years. Is it the same or something else?