The Experience Center is the CES attendee’s online hub for editorial coverage of products, interviews with key people, and daily roundups of what’s happening across the virtual showroom floor, brought to you by hosts Ariana Escalante and André Stone.
It brings together interviews and other video coverage alongside editorial reviews, and other mixed media content, redefining what it means to participate in a virtual conference.
Interviews will include conversations with tech industry leaders like Google’s Head of Product Inclusion Annie Jean-Baptiste, Reddit COO Jen Wong, and Virgin Hyperloop’s Head of Passenger Experience Sara Luchien, who was one of the first two people to test ride a Hyperloop.
Attendees will also get to virtually meet YouTubers and Twitch gamers like iJustine, Dr. Lupo, and Unspeakable, and spend time with comedians like Bob Sagat and Reggie Watts. Meanwhile, a special side series called “Tech for Change,” hosted by Buki Elegbede, will spotlight CES innovations that are making the world a more accessible, inclusive, greener, and better place---something that has always been a focus for Digital Trends.
The all new coverage format will include birds-eye looks at the cultural impact of CES, retrospectives of previous CES awards winners and where they are now, what it takes to make CES come together, all leading up to the highly anticipated Top Tech Awards presentation on January 13th. To wrap it all up will be two days of post-CES coverage to process all of the mind-blowing innovation.
CES attendees can access the Experience Center at www.digitaltrends.com/ces-2021.