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Day 3 at CES 2016: The Grand Opening

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CES 2016 officially opened on Wednesday January 6, and as Lyle Lovett might say, CES is not large, it's huge. Encompassing over 2.6 million square feet of exhibit and presentation space, there is just no way to convey the absolute awesomeness of the size of this thing.

Read the full report on day 3 of CES in AccessWorld®, including our impressions of Casio's new "2.5D" printer, a system for producing tactile graphics and braille. We also took a look at Vuzix's iWear headset and M300 Smart Glasses, and reported on the conversation between Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which hosts CES, and Tom Wheeler, who chairs the Federal Communications Commission.

Follow AFB on Twitter or Facebook for additional updates. We'll have lots more as the week of CES 2016 goes on, so stay tuned!


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