BSL Live at CES 2012: What Happened in Vegas…
It’s not true what they say. Sometimes what happens in Vegas gets posted on YouTube shortly after. That was certainly the case when BSL joined high-profile clients Alcatel-Lucent and QNX at the Consumer Electronics Show in Nevada last week.
The CES is the largest show of it’s kind in the world. There were some truly spectacular things on display, and — with over 150,000 visitors — you can imagine things got pretty crazy!
ALU and the ng Connect program were there to show off some innovative new service concepts driven by broadband and cloud-based services — and to demonstrate how these can enhance consumer electronic devices and the end-user experience. Their impressive booth featured the Connected Service Vehicle, Gametime Media Table, and physical fitness solution called The Avatrainer.
BSL was there to produce daily Live at CES videos and to support ALU’s social media presence for the event. The videos take viewers behind the scenes to provide a dynamic insider’s view of the show.
Sean Cusson, our Motion Graphics Director, went beyond the call of duty with an intense production cycle that saw him shooting with host Jason Collins in the morning, editing and assembling footage during the day, and having final video produced and ready to push out the next morning. Rinse and repeat. Two videos in two days, with another on the way.
If that didn’t keep us busy enough, we also shot a video for QNX. The software company put one of its powerful, feature-rich real-time operating systems to work in an innovative partnership with Audi.
All in all, an action packed outing in the desert for us. We shot four videos and a heap of photos, met some amazing people, and did some great work that excited our clients. Have a look for yourself.
Posted by Nancy Webb, President at 14:24