The Verge posted a 3 minute video on YouTube that features the latest gadgets at CES 2015. The voice-over done by Dieter Bohn, who read segments from Walter Benjamin’s 1936 essay “The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction,”.
This year at CES in Las Vegas, companies gathered to show off their most advanced products including ultra-high-definition curved televisions, more advanced wearable technology, 3-D printers, and fuel cell concept car. Exhibitors, industry analysts, investors, and media all converge in one place to determine what lies ahead for the technology industry in the upcoming year. Here are the most standout… Continue reading The Most Futuristic Products at CES 2014