The 2014 International CES will be a platform where high fashion meets high technology. The two genres will merge at this much-anticipated event.
The show is expected to begin in Las Vegas, Nevada and will last from the 7th to the 10th of January, 2014. Taking place under the auspices of the Consumer Electronics Association, the CES 2014 will be a meeting point for all those enthusiasts who love wearable technology.
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From electronic glasses to health measuring gadgets and thermal jackets to solar cell bags, it has all the things a savvy e-consumer may require in the way of cool items. Creativity in wearable technology is molding the global environment of today.
Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and corporate business strategy, CEA, said, “From jackets that adjust based on outside temperatures to solar-charging handbags and more, innovations in wearable technology are shaping the industry. The FashionWare TechZone integrates style, function and technology to create a wow-factor, high-tech space at the 2014 CES.”
The FashionWare Techzone exhibit will be featuring several product lines and events. Among these is Kids@Play which is basically fashionable technology for the future generation. Then there is MommyTech for the family-oriented lot who prefer safety and security. Silvers Summit is a platform meant for the Baby Boomers who have reached their prime years of consumerism.
TransformingEDU happens to be a place for revamping education for everyone. As for the Digital Health Summit, it seeks to cure illnesses ranging from obesity to diabetes via technologically advanced monitoring equipment. FitnessTech is essentially all about sports for fitness buffs.
Then there is Last Gadget Standing which is a competition in which demonstrations will be given regarding products and a winner will be selected in the end. Finally, Mobile Apps Showdown will exhibit new apps before a crowd that will applaud the results. A fun-filled event for the digitally mobile generation, the 2014 CES won’t go unnoticed.