CES oddness

Miscellaneous strange or amusing sightings from CES day one

You never know what you're going to find at CES. At the Lasonic booth, it's like the 80's never ended!

Lasonic Boomboxes
At least they don't seem to be taking themselves too seriously:
The Intel booth is bathed in deep blue light and is rather 2001: A Space Odessey looking. But regardless of how funny you might look, these sphere seats are mighty tempting after being on your feet all day...
Advertising is on every conceivable surface. Here's a series of postered plastered between the up and down escalators:

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    Adam Richardson is the director of product strategy at frog design, where he guides strategy engagements for frog's international roster of clients, envisioning and creating new products, consumer electronics, and digital experiences. Adam combines a background in industrial design, interaction design, and sociology, and spends most of his time on convergent designs that combine hardware, software, service, brand, and retail. He writes and speaks extensively on design, business, culture, and technology, and runs his own Richardsona blog.


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