LAS VEGAS — Here are some scenes from the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show.
This is a Panasonic display that highlights 3-D video. This is a sculpture made out of sand, with TV screens showing the same scene in 3-D, with glasses set up for people to look at the video.
This is the NBC Universal booth, hoping to get more techies here to watch the Syfy channel. The globe in the middle has rotating walls.
Awkward! The Intel booth right across the way from the Microsoft booth, the same week Microsoft announces it will build Windows on chip designs made by ARM, Intel’s competitor.