The original Gibson Guitar Workbench - Inside a large tent at CES 2014, Gibson Guitars showed off the workbench of its famous maker, exhibiting some of the many tools required to turn raw wood into a thing of beauty, a Gibson guitar. The exhibit area was completely packed for the first three days of the show, filled so full that people could barely get inside. Those who did make it inside were allowed to play Gibsons, while wearing headphones.

Workbench

Workbench overview

Benedetto Guitars | "XLV" The 45th Anniversary Cremona on the final assembly workbench.

Old school workbench at Martin Guitar museum

.Oooooh for my sewing nook!!!!!

this reminds me of art rooms when I was little, like in kindergarten. So happy.

The Rosy Life: Craft Room Tour... Would liven up my basement art room

I could really use a space like this......wish I had a extra closet not being used for clothing! LOL

love the idea of the shelf to divide a room. would work in more than just a craft room if the space was right

Beautiful craft space by pinksuedeshoe on flickr.com

Ikea Expedit with tall bin for fabric spools and a covered work bench

would love to find a hutch to repaint like this for my craft space. love the green dresser, too.

Beam : The Cadillac of Remote Telepresence - The women in this picture are actually about 600 miles away from the CES 2014 tradeshow floor, at an office in Silicon Valley. yet they can walk and talk with anyone who visited the Beam booth during the show, navigating via a built-in camera and remote controls that move the video display stand around the booth or room. This device, priced at around $20,000, is the leading product in its category.

At CES 2014, the medium is the massage - Massage chair makers were easy to find on the CES show floor – just look for a dozen people laying down, with attendants hovering over them. Rarely could you find an empty chair in any of the booths. Just what the doctor ordered for a long day of booth-cruising at the world’s largest trade show. And for those who actually bought a chair after their test drive, the not-so-easy task of fitting these 200-lb. monsters into their house. Have a seat.

Star of CES 2014 : the waterproof cell phone case - Innovators of cell phone cases could be found by the hundreds at the International CES 2104 in Las Vegas this year. Most intriguing are the ones that solved the problem of killing your phone accidentally by water, and there were plenty who addressed that issue with good results. Today, there’s no excuse for losing a phone due to submersion, or having a funky-looking case.

Avatar head in a robot’s body - This innovative Japanese robot designer incorporated an animated virtual character into the head of its interact robot and gave it a video screen to carry around. The futuristic combination allows the user to choose the appearance of the avatar face and the language it speaks. Its built-in camera can aid in presentations and it can be remotely controlled. Is this the next big thing in Japanese homes? Or US tradeshows?

No paint job : red one instant, green the next - To drive this machine, you merely hop in and close the hatch. It senses your weight shifting, so no need for a steering wheel or handlebars. The side wheels tilt, turning the vehicle to the left or right, and with one flick of your finger, you can start an whole new video displaying on the skin and wheel covers. Incidentally, only the rubber part of the wheels turn, or appear to, anyway. Called a “mobility concept” by Toyota