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On Friday, CES is in full swing. The show is packed and there's a lot to see, so come take a look at the some of the colorful scenes at CES.
At the Dolby booth, a CES attendee samples some of the newest technology in sound, giving the audio from a PC full surround-sound quality.
To manage the more than 100,000 people attending CES this year, stacks of barriers are lined up outside the convention center Friday morning, before being set out to manage the crowds.
Immersed in a 3D environment, a CES attendee take a look at some of Sony's best multidimensional visual environments.
Kokoro Company, which develops humanoid robots, displays their I-Fairy receptionist robot for the first time at CES.
At the Canon booth in the Central Hall at CES, attendees get hands-on experience with some of Canon's newest cameras, including the Canon PowerShot SX200 IS Point & Shoot, Canon PowerShot SD790 IS, and HD video cameras.
Canon 12.1-megapixel PowerShot A3100 IS cameras on display Friday at CES.
The 9-megapixel Hyundai A9325 point-and-shoot cameras on display Friday at CES.
This pink Sony Vaio P Series Lifestyle notebook, which weighs just 1.4 pounds, was a big hit with the crowd gathered to hold the miniature device.
The Sony Bravia HD TVs were the centerpiece of the Sony booth in the Central Hall at CES.
An attendee stares at the dozens of flat-screens lining the LG booth at CES.
3D TLC demonstrates their immersive learning environments.
Light and sound abound as attendees walked through the Dolby tunnel Friday at CES.
A 152-inch HD plasma TV wowed viewers inside the Panasonic booth Friday at CES, displaying stunning videos of natural wonders.
The Panasonic SC-ZT1 featuring Dolby Digital Plus at the Dolby booth at CES.
Colorful Slick headphones hang in their display case at CES.
Turtle Beach Ear Force X41 headphones featuring Dolby on display inside the Dolby booth at CES.
Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo gives a keynote at CES Friday, discussing Nokia's intentions to serve mobile services to the world's underserved developing population.
Zhou Houjian, Chairman of Hisense, gives a keynote address at the Hilton during CES Friday.