Video Gaming’s largest Expo attracted scores of industry players and fans, packing the halls of the LA Convention Center to be first to demo latest releases.
E3 Expo Highlights New Video Games, Enhanced Platforms, Into the Pixel Art Show, and History Museum
Video Gaming Preferences in Youth Culture as Determined by Evolution in Preferred Platforms is Shaking-up the Industry
With E3 wrapping up, we take an in-depth look at the evolution of preferred gaming platforms and how this is effecting the entertainment industry, sports, music, technology, and even fashion based on preferences in compatible titles.
E3 Video Gaming Expo Debuts the Latest in Electronic Entertainment from Microsoft’s Kinect, Sony’s 3D PS3, New Titles like Ubisofts Michael Jackson Dance Game, plus Huge Entertainers-NERD, Jane’s, Cornell, Eminem
Fantasy worlds collide and entertainment is transformed by the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
E3 Expo Reveals New Energy for Video Gaming Industry, New Releases, and Star-Power Including the Beatles, Tony Hawk, Steven Spielberg, and More
This is one genre of entertainment that’s still going strong. Here’s the Label Networks report from the show.
Japanese Dekotora Subculture of Illuminating Trucks Gives New Meaning to Pimp My Big Rig
In the United States, the after-market car market continues to grow as an important subculture within various demographics, with individualism expressed through one’s ride becoming an important way to make a personal statement. Coming from Japan, the Drifter scene has also had a great influence on car culture in America with competitions scattered now throughout the country. But the latest evolution, as documented by writer and photographer Tatsuki Masaru in his new book “Dekotora,” which means a truck decorated with illuminations, is the growing fascination of truck drivers across Japan who pimp their big rigs with massive neon lights on the outside and luxury interiors on the inside.
E3 Expo Wrap-up Report: How the Big 3 Plan to Entertain You, Plus Fresh Data on Youth Culture Gaming Patterns with Big Surprises on Who’s Playing More
E3 Expo brings the world of video gaming together with introductions to top new titles, entertainment platforms, and industry expert press conferences. Label Networks delivers what went down, plus fresh data on who%uFFFDs gaming most frequently and who%uFFFDs dropping off.
“What electronic device can you not live without?” Fresh Findings on Consumer Preferences Reveal Youth Market Lifestyle’s Tied Closely to Favorite Electronics – Which Have Changed in the Last Year
Label Networks’ Digital Youth Culture Lifestyle Report reveals many things when it comes to 13-25-year-olds’ preferences and trends in new media, technology, and communication patterns, but also based on electronics, where things are headed within the changing face of entertainment.
Defining the Technology Generation Gap: There Are Not Only Drastic Changes as a Result of the Gap Between Youth Culture, Parents, and Teachers, but Today, It’s also Happening Within This New Generation Itself
Fresh results from Label Networks’ Fall Study 2008 reveal where the technology gap is headed and how this is redefining markets in North America, Europe, Japan, and China.
Wearable Technologies and Connecting with the Future -Latest Trends in Technology as Fashion
Often technology experts work isolated from fashion designers, however growing trends in wearable technologies, from Nintendo gaming devices and iced-out iPods as necklaces, to colorful headphone collaborations, GPS navjackets and “friend finders,” some brands are tapping into new opportunities for both industries by creating across traditional boundaries.