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The Future of Transport and VR: CES 2016

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Highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada curated by Nikolai Chowdhury and Simon Leung

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The Future of Transport and VR: CES 2016

  1. 1. CES 2016 ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 1 A glimpse of our future in transportation and virtual reality. Nikolai Chowdhury, Simon Leung January 2016
  2. 2. CES evolves from "electronics" to "technology"; bigger than ever. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 2
  3. 3. Joined by AppNation for the first time – deepening relationship between hardware and software. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 3
  4. 4. Autonomous driving is here. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 4 Cars and computers converge. —Toyota has 1400 self-driving car patents - Twice as many as any other company. —Infrastructure issues will resolve with more entrants and things like wireless charging
  5. 5. Network ownership vs. individual ownership. (Uber vs. GM) is adding a new paradigm to the industry. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 5
  6. 6. First person drone debuted at CES ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 6
  7. 7. Virtual Reality is finally going mainstream this year. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 7 While the market is focused on devices used to consume content...
  8. 8. ...don’t forget the set of content creation tools needed to capture the next generation of immersive experience. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 8
  9. 9. Panono - Berlin based company building a toss up device in the area panoramic 360 camera ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 9 Startups”) are pushing new approaches to the same problems
  10. 10. Link by Fasetto - tackling the challenge of persistent storage of digital content by way of a storage focused wearable ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 10
  11. 11. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 30 While Smart Home is being showcased by everyone, there is very little differentiation.
  12. 12. The Smart Home is silently turning into "Amazon Home." ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 12 as a “silent exhibitor”
  13. 13. If a manufacturer didn’t have a smart watch, wearable headset, or some other category of connected device, after CES16, now they do. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 10 Smart is a commodity.
  14. 14. CES exhibitors remain Feature-focused instead of Customer-focused ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 1 4
  15. 15. ©2016 Nikolai Chowdhury (@chowdhury), Simon Leung 31 See you at CES 2017!

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