CES 2014 Review: 12 Principles & What Matters for Marketers
@CES 2014 the #wearable #connectable
#printable future Bonus Inside: See the 12 Principles of CES! David Berkowitz Chief Marketing Officer, MRY firstname.lastname@example.org @dberkowitz / @mry www.mry.com
What you‟ll find inside •
Overview of CES 2014 • The 12 Principles of CES • Parsing #CES buzz • Show highlights: – An endless catwalk of wearables – The Connectosphere – 3D printing – Beep beep, beep beep, yeah! – Gaming • What doesn‟t matter • Resources
10) Within the next 5
years, 3D printers will be cheap enough that they expand from to the mass market, with the „toner‟ costing more than the printer
11) Within the next 5
years, mass market 3D printers will be able to print common household goods, of the same quality that consumers would expect from local stores
12) TVs will always get
bigger and thinner. The quality of the screens will always outpace the content available. It‟s an arms race ad infinitum
The 12 Principles of CES
1. Every device should be able to connect to other devices, and the cloud 2. Every surface can be a screen 3. Sensors are getting small and cheap enough that it will be cost effective to incorporate them into practically every kind of product and package within the next several years. 4. Your car can drive and park itself (and far better than you can drive and park it) 5. Your car is another connected home 6. Your home and your car have operating systems 7. Your home and car operating systems will soon sport app stores far more robust than what you have today on your phone 8. Wearable technology will scale when the emphasis shifts from technology to fashion 9. 3D printing has expanded well beyond plastics to ceramics, metals, food, and even human organs 10. Within the next 5 years, 3D printers will be cheap enough that they expand from the hobbyist market to the mass market, with people paying a nominal amount for the printer and more, over the course of its use, for the „toner‟ – whether plastics or other materials 11. Within the next 5 years, mass market 3D printers will be able to print common household goods, of the same quality that consumers would expect from local stores 12. TVs will always get bigger and thinner, with the picture more captivating. The quality of the screens will always outpace the content available to take advantage of that quality. It‟s an arms race ad infinitum
Parsing CES buzz: why did
some trends pop? T-Mobile CEO who crashed AT&T party Looking ahead to February Ubiquitous presence there This wasn‟t even bigger? Overhyped Christopher Lloyd is back! Meet your overlords
Pebble Steel steals CES “It‟s
telling that the most impressive wearable at CES for me was a mostly aesthetic iteration of an existing product. The Pebble Steel is the Pebble I always wanted to begin with.” - TechCrunch
Mommy Tech: 2050‟s just like
1950 “…CES takes the more antiquated, sexist view that co-parenting isn‟t actually a thing, and moms are, for the purposes of this show, positioned squarely in the kitchen with a baby monitor on the counter and a toddler with an iPad on the floor. Literally. The largest booth in the zone is a kitchen/dining room/laundry room, courtesy of Whirlpool.” - VentureBeat
What doesn‟t matter? At every
CES, a lot of what gets the most buzz isn‟t that important for consumers or marketers. For instance, ever since high definition televisions debuted and became mass market devices, the next generations of 3D, OLED, and 4K TVs have failed to excite people to make upgrades in the same way, as gorgeous as those newer screens are. Here are a few examples of technologies, products, and announcements that got plenty of buzz but are evolutionary at best and won‟t change consumer behavior anytime soon.
Further reading • The Story
of CES as Told by Tweeted Cries for Help (Digiday) • This is the Real CES (The Verge) - Engadget‟s Best of CES • Best of CES (VentureBeat) • Top 10 Trends of CES (VentureBeat) : • Why CES Lacked a Big Bang – (Ad Age, by David Berkowitz) • Keyhole Real-Time Trend Tracker for CES (Keyhole) • CES Still Matters but Shadow CES Matters Even More (Time) • Collaborative Pinterest Board Covering CES 2014
Open Automotive Alliance - http://www.openautoalliance.net/Android logo - http://www.heavy.com/tech/2013/05/top-10-best-android-apps-of-may-2013/More from USA Today - http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2014/01/06/reviewed-google-android-cars/4339881/
http://www.engadget.com/gallery/intel-edison-at-ces/2134748/#!slide=2134748Image via Intel / Twitter - https://twitter.com/intel/status/420653169023401984
http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/10/5277618/the-verge-awards-the-best-of-ces-2014Oculus Rift wins Best of the Best… if only normal people wanted to consume media like thisEngadget - http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/09/best-of-ces-2014-awards-winners/
Engadgethttp://www.engadget.com/2014/01/09/best-of-ces-2014-awards-winners/ ButIndiegogo price is $90 – 3x Chromecast. And Chromecast keeps improving
New media properties built using Tumblr… and an ad platform most people would have assumed existed already? No, not newsworthyhttp://mashable.com/2014/01/07/marissa-mayer-yahoo-advertising/http://rack.3.mshcdn.com/media/ZgkyMDE0LzAxLzA3LzFjL1NOTHlhaG9vY2VzLmI3YTMzLmpwZwpwCXRodW1iCTg1MHg1OTA-CmUJanBn/5a43c8fd/551/SNL-yahoo-ces-2014-1.jpgBut… Yahoo’s acquisition of Aviate does indicate a future of a more personalized, responsive home screenhttp://venturebeat.com/2014/01/07/let-the-2014-acquisition-spree-begin-marissa-mayer-reveals-yahoos-acquisition-of-aviate/
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