This week marked the return of the Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s biggest electronics and technology trade show. Spanning some two million square feet of exhibit space across Los Angeles, CES 2015 brought together thousands of exhibitors and dozens of giants in the tech, automotive, phone, computer, 3D printing, home entertainment, and virtual reality industries.
Dji inspire 1With so much innovation and just plain fun on display, it can be hard to narrow things down to a top 10 list. But we’ll give it a shot with our Top 10 Tech Trends at CES 2015.
This year’s CES was another banner year for vehicles, with many cars standing out for their eye catching exteriors while others made waves for the innovative ways they address the “driverless” future in store for the entire industry.
F015One car that managed to do both was the Merecedes-Benz F015 “Luxury in Motion”. Dubbed by Mercedes-Benz head Dieter Zetsche as the “car of the future,” this slick, driverless concept car “does not only look different from the outside, it also offers completely new opportunities to spend and enjoy the time commuting from home to the office and back.” I’ve included a video below of the car’s unveiling, since it will do the car more justice than any descriptions I might offer.