Long-time filmmaker/director Randall Dark, who is the proud new co-owner of Texas-based Bulltiger Productions, set out this week for the show of shows — CES, the Consumer Electronics Show.
He’s been walking the show floor, having meetings and striking up conversations with people on cab, bus and coffee lines. He’s also been checking out some pretty cool technology… and reporting on the atmosphere of CES.
Here is his glimpse of his second day at the show…
Today I walked over to the Embassy Suites to meet with Christopher D. Cox of Pivothead, who make wearable imaging products. I have used his technology on a number of recent documentaries and wanted to see what was new and exciting. He didn’t disappoint!
One of many things CES does is honor the effort that goes into making and marketing products. The list of winners is too long to mention but congratulations to all of them.
CES booths have everything from 8K TVs to body-wear technology, which reminded me that I would be attending the formal Leaders of Technology dinner later that evening. I was hoping to wear this suit with a black tie.
I enjoyed listening to Nick Woodman, the founder and CEO of GoPro during the Leaders of Technology Dinner. Nick proves that the American Dream is alive and well. I also checked out their new toys at the GoPro booth. What I saw is just a glimpse of what’s to come.