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Introduction
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CES Fairs are enormous. I would even say they are super
enormous and overwhelming. Almost 180 000 participants,
3 600 exhibitors, over 220 thousand m2 of surface of
exhibition halls and as much as 20 000 premieres of new
devices.The numbers are impressive. Nonetheless, I would not
treat this year's event as some sort of breakthrough.The
majority of the world's technological mass media also agree
on that. No revolutionary solutions were presented, also I did
not notice any devices which in the nearby future would
constitute a breakthrough or create a separate category of
technology.This does not imply, however, that last year in
which such inventions could have been created, should be
perceived as in one innovatively wasted. On the contrary.
The discussed stagnation (I prefer to use the term of catching 

a breath by technological companies) results, among others,
from a current place in technology development cycle in which
we are now.
On the one hand, solutions debuting this year are not so
impressive as could be expected, while on the other, the
market is already loaded with many extremely promising
technologies, which developing rapidly, but still remain at 

the stage of perfecting and optimisation predating their
launching on the mass market.This process requires time,
therefore the technology market is presently in 

a temporary phase. It has also been emphasised during all
discussion panels which I had listened at, and it is worth
mentioning that, the organizers have invited to LasVegas 

the top leading personalities of the largest market players.
Among all the technology areas, presented on CES, the
following 5 category most heavily caught my attention. 

Not only with the sheer size of it but, first of all, with many
examples of perspective innovations included into them.
2
Automotive Technology
Automotive Technology
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You will probably be surprised that I am going to write about
cars here, but the presence of automotive brands on CES this
year truly equals "CarWars". As much as 9 manufacturers and
115 companies from a broadly understood automotive
industry has prepared their stalls. I have started my tour of the
fairs exactly from this hall and for a moment I thought that 

I probably was not in LasVegas but in Detroit where almost at
the same time had started the automotive NAIAS Fairs. 

All present companies emphasized the development of EV
vehicles (ElectricVehicles) and either presented them (the
premiere of economic Chevrolet Bolt), or clearly highlighted
the advanced works being in process.
Of course the buzzword in the automotive hall was the phrase
"autonomous vehicle". It does not mean, however, that any of
the exhibiting companies intend to present a ready
autonomous car this year.
More was said about the plans. KIA announced works on 

their project,Toyota mentioned an investment for this
purpose, in the amount of 1 billion USD, GM wants to build 

a fleet of ride-sharing together with Lyft (thus, the
investment for the amount of 500 million USD in this
company), andVolvo promised test drives with Concept 26
model in 2017.
On the other hand, while peeking into the interiors of vehicles
presented at fairs I noticed the discrepancies in issues of the
interface. It is not entirely sure whether in the future we will
control the vehicles using gestures (BMW), touch (concept by
Bosch orVolkswagen BUDD-e) or sophisticated buttons or
knobs (Garmin would like that).
In the context of Connected Cards trend, a large focus can be
noted on the greater exchange of information on the line

car – house and car – car.The vehicles of the future are to be
platforms of communication and even the extension of
functionality of smartphones (among others, according to
Faraday Future the manufacturer of a futurist, vehicle
Faraday).
4
Smart Home
Smart Home
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When visiting a part of the CES halls devoted to a house and
the so-calledThe Internet ofThings it is impossible not to get
the impression that the manufacturers would like to make all
the household appliances smart and connected to one another
soon.The problem is that the manufacturers themselves
currently have got any idea (willingness or business) how to
develop a common standard for the products delivered, so that
these could communicate with each other even when they
come from various companies.
The lack of idea for unification of platforms and multiplicity
of products available are two main disadvantages of that
sector and they loudly discussed by e.g. the representatives
of Samsung, the company that wants to be a leader in the
context of IoT and – as the company itself emphasizes –
by 2020 it wants to deliver "Full IoT home experience". 

As everybody knows, the larger possibility of integration of
various devices, the greater meaning the customers will have
in making their houses more or less smart.
In the opinion of many a one-of-the-kind smart hub of
an intelligent house will be a fridge, which as the only
device is working 24h a day.The aforementioned Samsung 

presented Family Hub fridge with a huge touch screen,

which, in cooperation with MasterCard allows to make
purchases directly from the level of its doors. In this way 

the most popular film, related to the IoT technology has
become reality. However who does not remember predictions
that one day "our fridge will know when to buy milk”.
From now on it will know, because there are 3 cameras built
in into its interior, making real-time pictures of the content,
which are shown on an external screen. Such fridge selfie can
be probably called fridgsie (?).
The range of products from the Smart Home category was
really wide in LasVegas. Starting from minimalist buttons
automating and shortening processes (Flic or a project
belonging to a Polish company Fibaro – Button) through
intelligent safety cameras identifying faces of people and
unknown cars (Netatmo Presence Security),Whirlpool
washing machine in the Social Good trend, which for each
laundering provides a fixed amount of money for a charity
goal, to the Hydrao shower head intended to change the
habit of wasting water.
6
Technological Nostalgia
Technological Nostalgia
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It is one of the most interesting trends that I noticed on
this year's CES.The products come back which until recently
we could boldly call the oldschool or in theVINTAGE style.
Furthermore, there is also a comeback from a slightly
forgotten brands or those which has been forgotten because
they slept through the period of changes in the industry,
in which they operated.
Kodak appeared on CES with very a large exhibition stand,
presenting among other... headphones. However, the iconic
camera Super 8, which brought up a numerous popular
contemporary film directors is to experience a true
renaissance. Despite 50 years of history, the refreshed product
received many digital functionalities which it will certainly
did not have in its first generation. A popular boom box also
returned the potential of which was once again noticed by
the Monster company.
Polaroid Snap, is in turn a product of a very fancied and
slightly forgotten brand, which presented on CES, among
others, very simple cameras (without LCD display) that print
the taken photographs. In the opinion of many, it is one of the
most warmly received "debuts-returns" of this year's event. 

I also liked Snap, its price included (99 dollars).There will
appear also a slightly more expensive version of this product
(Snap+), equipped with a screen and possibility of wireless
connection. In the case of Polaroid, the products are one
thing, and re-emergence of a brand favoured by many slightly
older enthusiasts of photography is the other.
On CES theVW BUDD-e was called a nostalgia on wheels.
The electric vehicle refers to the worshipped minibus from
1960, although its futuristic form and wide range of
equipment with do not have many things in common with
significantly older brother. Manufacturers also want to bring
back the fame of gramophones and listening to vinyl. Many
companies, e.g.Technics, Sony, Crosley and even Polaroid
presented modern versions of these devices. Some time ago
Tesco promised the introduction of gramophones for sale in
the stores in the UK.
8
Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality
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All panels in the substantive part of the fairs which were
devoted to the issues of combination ofVR/AR (there were as
much as 14!) were characterized by one common feature –
rooms packed full. It shows in which technologies the
customers are interested in the most and which solutions the
marketers would most often use for their brand. During the
discussion it was said multiple times that the that the present
formVR of displaying devices is ready to be given to a mass
customer. It is also emphasized by Noah Falstein (Chief Game
Designer in Google) when he says "All elements of this
technology are already on such a high level that it can be given
to customers”. It is happening now and it will be a huge
business sector success". 



The announcement of the consumer version price of Oculus
Rift (599 $) is not surprising especially during CES – as a result,
the manufacturer has gathered a huge number of visitors
around its exhibition area, standing in long queues. HTC brand
also presented a new version of itsVive Pre devices, created in
cooperation with theValve games manufacturer.
Crowds also gathered around the Glyph project stand,
combining theVR device with exclusive headphones. During
CES the Sony brand did not present its design of PlayStation
consoleVR, although, as everyone knows, it is to make

a debut in the first half of 2016.
An interesting extension of the head equipment is the
involvement of a hand as presented by the Rink company,
pairing special movement sensors with SamsungVR devices.
About 40 companies which main area of activities for this
moment is the virtual or extended reality were present on 

the fairs. Among them one can also find brands, creating
special stands, ensuring the maintenance of balance when
using theVR headsets. It is a clever but also good idea,
because while wearing the device, it is easy to trip.

I personally think that 2016 will not bring a breakthrough in
terms of mass adoption and large sales of these devices. On
the other hand, I suppose, that in this time many people will
use this the technology for the first time and only after will
decide whether to buy it or not.
10
Content & 360-degree Cameras
Content & 360-degree Cameras
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During CES Keynote, Robert Kyncl fromYoutube was a Speaker
and I can definitely say that this was the best presentation
I attended during the substantial part of the conference. Kyncl
placed an opinion, which says that digital video will "win" the
decade but in 2020 the main medium of entertainment will
not by aTV but the online content video. His whole
presentation comprised of 4 major arguments, explaining this
assumption (digital video is available on mobile devices, is
extremely popular among music enthusiasts, what generates
millions of views, it is an exceptionally diverse library, soon it
will start to deliver new experiences, thanks to theVR and
360º). Many guests has also appeared on the scene, the first
one was Scooter Braun (SB Projects) who, as he said himself,
has created stars through theYoutube, without having
recording company, including, among others Justin Bieber
and PSY.
Later it was only more interesting, as NickWoodman (GoPro
cameras CEO) and Nick Milk (CEOVRse – storytelling agency
based on theVR technology) joined the conversation.
It was theVRse together with NewYorkTimes who created

a unique application NYT vr, in which by using theVR
technology people can find incredible stories (among others,
moving document about a girl from Syria and her everyday
life in the country at war). In my opinion, it is for this moment
the best application based on theVR which can be browsed,
having for instance a budget Cardboard from Google.
Is the 360º technology the future of video?The
aforementioned panelists do not have doubts.
"It is not a matter of if but when the 360º content will become
the standard of the main midstream. Soon, the majority of
theYouTube content will be of this kind.We will be ready on
time with a sufficient version of GoPro. It is a natural way of
things, this technology teleports the viewer to a given
situation in a movie and performs it very thoroughly".These
are the words of NickWoodman who, when referring to the
GoPro product, had in mind the Odyssey version, which will
be available for professionals for a limited sale this year.
Everything indicates that the evolution of content towards
360º is unavoidable as could be noticed also on the CES
exhibition part.There will a huge selection in this field soon:
Giroptic, Kodak PixPro, Nikon Key Mission,Vuze, Luna, Ricoh
Theta, 360fly,The ALLie Go.This of course is only a part of
what were presented in LasVegas. Get ready for 360º! 12
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Trends from CES 2016

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  • 2. Introduction Photo: fubiz.net CES Fairs are enormous. I would even say they are super enormous and overwhelming. Almost 180 000 participants, 3 600 exhibitors, over 220 thousand m2 of surface of exhibition halls and as much as 20 000 premieres of new devices.The numbers are impressive. Nonetheless, I would not treat this year's event as some sort of breakthrough.The majority of the world's technological mass media also agree on that. No revolutionary solutions were presented, also I did not notice any devices which in the nearby future would constitute a breakthrough or create a separate category of technology.This does not imply, however, that last year in which such inventions could have been created, should be perceived as in one innovatively wasted. On the contrary. The discussed stagnation (I prefer to use the term of catching 
 a breath by technological companies) results, among others, from a current place in technology development cycle in which we are now. On the one hand, solutions debuting this year are not so impressive as could be expected, while on the other, the market is already loaded with many extremely promising technologies, which developing rapidly, but still remain at 
 the stage of perfecting and optimisation predating their launching on the mass market.This process requires time, therefore the technology market is presently in 
 a temporary phase. It has also been emphasised during all discussion panels which I had listened at, and it is worth mentioning that, the organizers have invited to LasVegas 
 the top leading personalities of the largest market players. Among all the technology areas, presented on CES, the following 5 category most heavily caught my attention. 
 Not only with the sheer size of it but, first of all, with many examples of perspective innovations included into them. 2
  • 4. Automotive Technology Photo: fubiz.net You will probably be surprised that I am going to write about cars here, but the presence of automotive brands on CES this year truly equals "CarWars". As much as 9 manufacturers and 115 companies from a broadly understood automotive industry has prepared their stalls. I have started my tour of the fairs exactly from this hall and for a moment I thought that 
 I probably was not in LasVegas but in Detroit where almost at the same time had started the automotive NAIAS Fairs. 
 All present companies emphasized the development of EV vehicles (ElectricVehicles) and either presented them (the premiere of economic Chevrolet Bolt), or clearly highlighted the advanced works being in process. Of course the buzzword in the automotive hall was the phrase "autonomous vehicle". It does not mean, however, that any of the exhibiting companies intend to present a ready autonomous car this year. More was said about the plans. KIA announced works on 
 their project,Toyota mentioned an investment for this purpose, in the amount of 1 billion USD, GM wants to build 
 a fleet of ride-sharing together with Lyft (thus, the investment for the amount of 500 million USD in this company), andVolvo promised test drives with Concept 26 model in 2017. On the other hand, while peeking into the interiors of vehicles presented at fairs I noticed the discrepancies in issues of the interface. It is not entirely sure whether in the future we will control the vehicles using gestures (BMW), touch (concept by Bosch orVolkswagen BUDD-e) or sophisticated buttons or knobs (Garmin would like that). In the context of Connected Cards trend, a large focus can be noted on the greater exchange of information on the line
 car – house and car – car.The vehicles of the future are to be platforms of communication and even the extension of functionality of smartphones (among others, according to Faraday Future the manufacturer of a futurist, vehicle Faraday). 4
  • 6. Smart Home Photo: fubiz.net When visiting a part of the CES halls devoted to a house and the so-calledThe Internet ofThings it is impossible not to get the impression that the manufacturers would like to make all the household appliances smart and connected to one another soon.The problem is that the manufacturers themselves currently have got any idea (willingness or business) how to develop a common standard for the products delivered, so that these could communicate with each other even when they come from various companies. The lack of idea for unification of platforms and multiplicity of products available are two main disadvantages of that sector and they loudly discussed by e.g. the representatives of Samsung, the company that wants to be a leader in the context of IoT and – as the company itself emphasizes – by 2020 it wants to deliver "Full IoT home experience". 
 As everybody knows, the larger possibility of integration of various devices, the greater meaning the customers will have in making their houses more or less smart. In the opinion of many a one-of-the-kind smart hub of an intelligent house will be a fridge, which as the only device is working 24h a day.The aforementioned Samsung 
 presented Family Hub fridge with a huge touch screen,
 which, in cooperation with MasterCard allows to make purchases directly from the level of its doors. In this way 
 the most popular film, related to the IoT technology has become reality. However who does not remember predictions that one day "our fridge will know when to buy milk”. From now on it will know, because there are 3 cameras built in into its interior, making real-time pictures of the content, which are shown on an external screen. Such fridge selfie can be probably called fridgsie (?). The range of products from the Smart Home category was really wide in LasVegas. Starting from minimalist buttons automating and shortening processes (Flic or a project belonging to a Polish company Fibaro – Button) through intelligent safety cameras identifying faces of people and unknown cars (Netatmo Presence Security),Whirlpool washing machine in the Social Good trend, which for each laundering provides a fixed amount of money for a charity goal, to the Hydrao shower head intended to change the habit of wasting water. 6
  • 8. Technological Nostalgia Photo: fubiz.net It is one of the most interesting trends that I noticed on this year's CES.The products come back which until recently we could boldly call the oldschool or in theVINTAGE style. Furthermore, there is also a comeback from a slightly forgotten brands or those which has been forgotten because they slept through the period of changes in the industry, in which they operated. Kodak appeared on CES with very a large exhibition stand, presenting among other... headphones. However, the iconic camera Super 8, which brought up a numerous popular contemporary film directors is to experience a true renaissance. Despite 50 years of history, the refreshed product received many digital functionalities which it will certainly did not have in its first generation. A popular boom box also returned the potential of which was once again noticed by the Monster company. Polaroid Snap, is in turn a product of a very fancied and slightly forgotten brand, which presented on CES, among others, very simple cameras (without LCD display) that print the taken photographs. In the opinion of many, it is one of the most warmly received "debuts-returns" of this year's event. 
 I also liked Snap, its price included (99 dollars).There will appear also a slightly more expensive version of this product (Snap+), equipped with a screen and possibility of wireless connection. In the case of Polaroid, the products are one thing, and re-emergence of a brand favoured by many slightly older enthusiasts of photography is the other. On CES theVW BUDD-e was called a nostalgia on wheels. The electric vehicle refers to the worshipped minibus from 1960, although its futuristic form and wide range of equipment with do not have many things in common with significantly older brother. Manufacturers also want to bring back the fame of gramophones and listening to vinyl. Many companies, e.g.Technics, Sony, Crosley and even Polaroid presented modern versions of these devices. Some time ago Tesco promised the introduction of gramophones for sale in the stores in the UK. 8
  • 10. Virtual Reality Photo: fubiz.net All panels in the substantive part of the fairs which were devoted to the issues of combination ofVR/AR (there were as much as 14!) were characterized by one common feature – rooms packed full. It shows in which technologies the customers are interested in the most and which solutions the marketers would most often use for their brand. During the discussion it was said multiple times that the that the present formVR of displaying devices is ready to be given to a mass customer. It is also emphasized by Noah Falstein (Chief Game Designer in Google) when he says "All elements of this technology are already on such a high level that it can be given to customers”. It is happening now and it will be a huge business sector success". 
 
 The announcement of the consumer version price of Oculus Rift (599 $) is not surprising especially during CES – as a result, the manufacturer has gathered a huge number of visitors around its exhibition area, standing in long queues. HTC brand also presented a new version of itsVive Pre devices, created in cooperation with theValve games manufacturer. Crowds also gathered around the Glyph project stand, combining theVR device with exclusive headphones. During CES the Sony brand did not present its design of PlayStation consoleVR, although, as everyone knows, it is to make
 a debut in the first half of 2016. An interesting extension of the head equipment is the involvement of a hand as presented by the Rink company, pairing special movement sensors with SamsungVR devices. About 40 companies which main area of activities for this moment is the virtual or extended reality were present on 
 the fairs. Among them one can also find brands, creating special stands, ensuring the maintenance of balance when using theVR headsets. It is a clever but also good idea, because while wearing the device, it is easy to trip.
 I personally think that 2016 will not bring a breakthrough in terms of mass adoption and large sales of these devices. On the other hand, I suppose, that in this time many people will use this the technology for the first time and only after will decide whether to buy it or not. 10
  • 12. Content & 360-degree Cameras Photo: fubiz.net During CES Keynote, Robert Kyncl fromYoutube was a Speaker and I can definitely say that this was the best presentation I attended during the substantial part of the conference. Kyncl placed an opinion, which says that digital video will "win" the decade but in 2020 the main medium of entertainment will not by aTV but the online content video. His whole presentation comprised of 4 major arguments, explaining this assumption (digital video is available on mobile devices, is extremely popular among music enthusiasts, what generates millions of views, it is an exceptionally diverse library, soon it will start to deliver new experiences, thanks to theVR and 360º). Many guests has also appeared on the scene, the first one was Scooter Braun (SB Projects) who, as he said himself, has created stars through theYoutube, without having recording company, including, among others Justin Bieber and PSY. Later it was only more interesting, as NickWoodman (GoPro cameras CEO) and Nick Milk (CEOVRse – storytelling agency based on theVR technology) joined the conversation. It was theVRse together with NewYorkTimes who created
 a unique application NYT vr, in which by using theVR technology people can find incredible stories (among others, moving document about a girl from Syria and her everyday life in the country at war). In my opinion, it is for this moment the best application based on theVR which can be browsed, having for instance a budget Cardboard from Google. Is the 360º technology the future of video?The aforementioned panelists do not have doubts. "It is not a matter of if but when the 360º content will become the standard of the main midstream. Soon, the majority of theYouTube content will be of this kind.We will be ready on time with a sufficient version of GoPro. It is a natural way of things, this technology teleports the viewer to a given situation in a movie and performs it very thoroughly".These are the words of NickWoodman who, when referring to the GoPro product, had in mind the Odyssey version, which will be available for professionals for a limited sale this year. Everything indicates that the evolution of content towards 360º is unavoidable as could be noticed also on the CES exhibition part.There will a huge selection in this field soon: Giroptic, Kodak PixPro, Nikon Key Mission,Vuze, Luna, Ricoh Theta, 360fly,The ALLie Go.This of course is only a part of what were presented in LasVegas. Get ready for 360º! 12