Allison interviews LooptWorks CEO and Co-founder Scott Hamlin about their Bags, Cases and Sleeves made from repurposed materials. LooptWorks takes excess materials from other companies, such as shoe leather and airline seat covers, and turns them into high-end products. By recapturing excess materials Looptworks saves a significant amount of water and other natural resources. The setting is the CES 2015 show room floor.
Allison interviews Isaac Cruz from Braven about their rugged outdoor Bluetooth speakers. Their outdoor BRV-Pro speakers are stackable, have a built-in solar panel accessory for charging and can charge other devices through USB. The BRV-Pro can be mounted to your bike, kayak or other outdoor vehicle with an action sport mount. These speakers are IPX7 rated so they are completely waterproof. The setting is the CES 2015 show room floor.
Allison interviews Lindsay Anthony from Octa about their unique stands and holders for tablets. Octa showed two new kits at CES including the Lynx and the Spider Monkey which both use interchangeable mounting hardware components. The Lynx clamps to flat, round, or irregular surfaces or poles to mount your tablet. The Spider Monkey has a long flexible steel tail that allows you to wrap, curl, or tuck it in place in bed, on the couch, or around a structure to hold your tablet at a convenient height. The setting is the CES 2015 show room floor.
Allison interviews the CEO and founder of 360Heros, Michael Kintner, about his company’s holders and software that supports 360° video using multiple GoPro Hero cameras. The holders are 3D printed flexible cases that support six, seven or ten GoPro Hero3/Hero4 cameras. Their 360 CamMan and 360 Video-Stitch Studio software packages manage the raw video files and stitch together the multiple video streams to form a full 360° video of the scene. 360Heros also provides a mobile app that plays the 360 videos hosted at 360Heros’ site. The app works with the mobile device’s gyro and accelerometer allowing the user to interact with the video. The setting is CES 2105 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Allison interviews Pete Jameson from ODG about their new 3D Smart Glasses. ODG has been designing, manufacturing and supplying advanced AR eyewear to the US government. They are now applying lessons learned to develop Smart Glasses for enterprise, business and consumer applications. Allison tries out the R6 Smart Glasses model designed for industrial and government applications. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
Allison interviews Vikas Gupta from Wonder Workshop about their robots that can helps children learn how to code. Dash, the explorer robot and Dot, the storyteller robot help kids discover a new world of play, learning and adventure. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel.
Allison interviews Joe Gerber from Insteon about their home automation devices and solutions. Joe showed Insteon devices and applications that are compatible with Apple’s HomeKit. They also announced that they are part of the “Works with Nest” and “Rush Hour Rewards” programs. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel.
Allison interviews Tim Bucher from Lyve their photo access service and application. Lyve works with iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Macs, and Windows PCs. Once installed on your devices, the Lyve app will pull together your photos and videos into a single library so you can find, share, and view your photos wherever you go. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel.
Allison interviews Teresa Hammond from 4moms about their two new products for infants: the MamaRoo robotic rocker and the Origami GO automated collapsable stroller. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel.
Allison interviews John Perzow from the Wireless Power Consortium about their wireless power charging solutions. The consortium’s mission is to establish a global standard for wireless charging that makes all wireless chargers compatible with all phones and other battery operated products. The consortium includes the Infrastructure Applications Group (IAG) which has selected the Qi standard for wireless charging and is dedicated to driving adoption of Qi in hotels, restaurants, sporting venues, and other everyday locations. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience at the Mirage Hotel.