LAS VEGAS — It was impossible to see every single gadget at the giant CES conference, but Team GeekWire tried its best during a 4-day trip in Las Vegas last week.
From new gaming machines to curved smartphones, more than 150,000 attendees at this year’s Super Bowl of technology enjoyed a glimpse into the future. My colleague Todd Bishop and I discussed some of the cooler things we saw during this week’s GeekWire radio show.
Check out the gallery below for our favorite photos from Vegas below, and see some of the highlights from our coverage of CES this year further down the page.
Sony’s gigantic booth at CES.
A CES attendee tries on Sony’s personal virtual reality headset.
Sony’s Smart Eyeglasses offer information like game stats and social media updates while watching a sporting event.
LG shows off its curved smartphones at its CES booth.
LG had a massive 3D wall at CES.
Samsung showed off several bendable and curved TVs at CES.
A CES attendee tries out Intel’s 3D gesture control technology at CES.
CES attendees try out the Oculus Rift headsets.
Poppy co-founders Joe Heitzeberg and Ethan Lowry at CES back in January.
Toyota’s four-seat hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicle can drive 300 miles on one five-minute fill up. The cars will arrive in the U.S. in 2015.
T-Moblle CEO John Legere at CES 2014.
nnovega, a Seattle-area company that has been getting lots of attention for its augmented-reality glasses technology, showed off a new prototype here that uses a small panel similar to Google Glass,
This Gigabyte Brix Pro Steam Machine will have an Intel i7 processor.
TrewGrip’s handheld keyboard straps onto a smartphone or tablet and features a full QWERTY layout, albeit in a unique place — on the back of your device, hidden from view, split in half and rotated vertically so your hands that grip the keyboard can access each key.
Samsung showed off its curved TVs at CES.
Samsung CEO and Chairman Kwon Oh Hyun (right) and Michelin-starred chef Michel Troisgros (left) speak after Samsung’s press event at CES 2014.
Freak’n Genius CEO Kyle Kesterson is interviewed at his company’s booth at CES.
A traveler checks out Amazon’s new “Kindle’ Kiosk” at the Las Vegas airport.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. (GeekWire File Photo)
John Legend performs at Yahoo’s keynote at CES.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform at a private AT&T party at CES.
Taylor’s CES celebrity moment with Seattle’s own Ryan Lewis.
The CES 2014 ice fountain features two funnels — one for juice and another for vodka, both eventually combining into a glass and then consumed by journalists.