It was the best of CES, it was the worst of CES, it was the age of WiFi, it was the age of quadcopters, it was the epoch of VR, it was the epoch of wearables. We’re wrapping up our time in Las Vegas for CES 2016 with The Average Joel Show and we’re dropping in with some of our highlights.
We flew into Las Vegas in style.
And hit the convention center floor.
We battled crowds, traffic and infinite choices to scope out the latest in consumer tech—and to film The Average Joel Show.
The obvious features of this year’s show: drones, drones, and more drones. Hint: They aren’t just for cameras anymore.
Everyone’s favourite reality. The virtual kind. Go skydiving, fight aliens, or watch your favourite flick on a 50-foot screen—all from your recliner.
We ran into 360Heroes—the makers of our 360º Camera Rig—and got a sneak peek at the future of spherical video. Adam got pretty excited.
If you’re looking for more CES recaps check out some of our favourite posts:
Tech Ideas in Their Awkward Adolescence
6 Major Tech Trends from CES 2016
At CES, The Ridiculous Never Goes Out of Style
CES 2016: 5 Trends Burned Into Hollywood’s Memory
Or you can head over to Facebook to see all our photos or get the play-by-play on Twitter or Instagram. Until next time, nerds.