“In my 28 years of attending the CES and participating in it and being a part of it and running it for most of that time, I can honestly say there will be more innovation at this show than any one in history,” Gary Shapiro said. (President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association on CNN.com )
The clock is ticking…the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opens in only 3 days. The annual Bacchanalia of gadget freaks, tech-heads and gamers, CES new product REVEALS will dominate newswires for the next few weeks. You, the global consumer, will be inundated with marketing messages that promise tools and technology that improve your life, your work, make you a better person (LOL).
Our ERGOLAB team is a skeptical bunch. Ergonomists tend to view words like innovation a little suspiciously. It doesn’t promise improvement within an existing paradigm; only something new. History shows us that it’s the exceptional brand that takes human ERGONOMIC needs into consideration when developing a new product.
When wading through CES RSS feeds, use caution, many of the products will fail to live up to a simple Ergonomic Assessment. Our ERGOLAB team will be evaluating some of the new computing and communication tools; we will share our thoughts on this blog.