What you first see walking into the LA AutoShow-
Randy Chase said:That is the same kart I have, but a different one (this one is shiny and clean) And yes, we have two cameras mounted to it. The three rotor RX7 has about 5 cameras on it. We have cameras on helmets and the seat and all over the place.
On the plasma, we are playing the DVD Rendezvous which is drawing a lot of attention. I expect crowds on Friday. We killed a portable DVD player from 12 hours non-stop playing, so I am bringing up another player.
So far I am very pleased with the show. The show management has been just great. Many shows suck for not allowing this or that, or making you pay for things that this show does for free. They unloaded my van and truck and forklifted in all my stuff for free. Cleaning and carpet is included.
On the other hand, I am not paying $800 for broadband while I am the show. Not even sure I want to pay the $26 a day for internet. Parking is high, and if I want to be able to come and go, it's even more.
The Pantry is within walking distance (with cheaper parking near there) and the Chicken Fried Steak is decadent and very good.
We seem to have done our homework for this being my first show. No major surprises. No forgetting things. We have a full office set up here, we have inventory. We have people.
Side note, the crowd during the preview night last night was interesting, specially many that had paid $100 each get in.
My biggest complaint with the original is that the sound seems dubbed in. Do you happen to know if the audio is actual or reconstructed?Randy Chase said:And yes, the remastered DVD with 5.1 Dolby Digital sound is a lot better. The main comment I hear at the show from people that own the old pirated video tape, is "wow, this is so much better quality."