Guests at Dolby's massive booth were treated to game-demos featuring headphones.
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The wildly successful photographer Vincent Laforet was presenting some of his recent video work with DSLR's, the short film "Nocturne," at the Canon center.
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Gaming demos are popular at CES. This one featured some of Samsung's 3d glasses.
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Panasonic had it's lineup of 3d tv's out on display-- complete with shaded 3d glasses on stands for quick and easy comparison shopping.
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People flock to the Canon counter to get their hands on the latest cameras and lenses and ask all questions of the knowledgable reps.
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Some of us just want to get our hands on some crazy glass, even if only for a few minutes.
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If it weren't for resting opportunities like this, the non-stop crowd navigation would really run you ragged. Comfortable and colorful.
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Mostly men line up to photograph this model-dressed-as-video-game-character. From the game, "Rift: Planes of Telara."
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Copia generates notable interest in it's new web-based reading service and social network (i.e. book clubs online, sharing of notes in the margin, compatable with multiple devices).
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