Posts tagged CES 2018

CES 2018 – highlights from the world’s biggest tech show

The Consumer Electronics Show aimed to ‘Turn up the Whoa!’ in Las Vegas last week and there were plenty of whoa-ments from Future Worlds’ presence in Eureka Park. The University...

CES 2018 – Day Six – the busy show comes to a close

Every January, months of planning for CES culminates in a show that flies by in an instant. This year was no exception and there were mixed feelings in the morning...

CES 2018 – Day Five – Kickstarter, Gizmodo and swarming drones

It was another 4.30am start to write the daily blog then breakfast with the team, which saw Jon proudly announce that an article he had written on Aura Vision Labs...

CES 2018 – Day Four – power cut sparks surge to the stand

Checking the news as I awoke this morning confirmed that yesterday’s rainfall was the highest on record for the area, ending a dry spell of 116 days, so no surprise...

CES 2018 – Day Three – Facebook Live, BBC Click and Dutch royalty

Never in the four years I’ve been to CES have I seen rain fall from the sky as it did this morning. Gazing out of my hotel window and casting...

CES 2018 – Day Two – new opportunities and familiar faces

An early rise at 5am and I found myself writing the daily blog to the sound of ‘Money For Nothing’ by Dire Straits on my iPhone. Mark Knopfler and his...

CES 2018 – Day One – Future Worlds returns to Eureka Park

Excitement and optimism swept through my mind as I once again found myself driving down a cold empty motorway in the direction of Gatwick Airport, ready to meet the rest...

Tech on a global stage: how to follow the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 with Future Worlds

Breakthrough technologies are preparing to amaze an expectant global audience at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, the largest event of the annual tech calendar. Dazzling smart city, augmented reality...

Aura Vision Labs – next generation video analytics

Businesses everywhere can optimise their products and performance by better knowing who their customers are and how they spend their...

Soton Audio Labs: immersive 3D audio

The average Briton spends nearly a decade of their adult life watching television, but millions of viewers enjoy a limited...

Handy Kanji: intuitive language learning

Learning a new language is often strenuous, but when the written form involves over two thousand individual characters the challenge is far...