Expectations and Rumors Around CES 2018

As we rapidly approach one of the year’s most exciting technology showcases, CES aka the Consumer Electronics Show, Endgadget author Daniel Cooper has compiled many of the rumors and expectations—from “low-power, super-efficient” personal computers to budget mobile phones, sleep sensors, 4K TVs and more. Developments can be expected in both gaming and smart home systems. Of course, we’re all excited about a new wave of …

Translating Sound To Color: Tim Bavington

Music translated into grandiose paintings by a British artist in the American desert

Drawing inspiration from the neon mania of surrounding Las Vegas, NV, artist Tim Bavington does’t shy away from bold colors. Combining his artistic prowess with his love of music, Bavington invented a color-coded chord wheel that lets him translate songs into paintings. With each line representing a different note or chord, he brings music to life on canvas.

Meditation Nightclub in Las Vegas

A new type of nightclubbing is taking over at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. The hotel’s newly appointed artist-in-residence, Lia Chavez, has developed an interactive “meditative nightclub” that actively analyzes participant’s brainwaves as they respond to computer-generated lights and sounds. The show then comes full circle by translating the cerebral data into the very musical and visual stimuli that the user was first introduced …

Cool Hunting Video: Neon Museum

How the "neon boneyard" collects and repurposes Las Vegas' trademark art form

There are few distractions in Las Vegas outside the glaring light of the gambling halls, but one of the best also preserves the city’s light-filled legacy: the Neon Museum. This eclectic “neon boneyard” celebrates artifacts of Las Vegas’ native art form: the neon sign. Collecting donated signs, tracking down antiques in need of preservation, and even repairing signs that are returned to be on display …

Life Is Beautiful Presented by Renaissance Hotels

The festival unlike any other takes over Downtown Las Vegas for three days of art, learning, food and music

Advertorial content: Las Vegas is home to a culture all its own—one that’s constantly shifting with the passing of time. The Vegas of yesteryear is still alive and well: showgirls roam the streets, Elvis impersonators can be found on the Strip at any hour and the slot machine-lined casino floors never completely empty out. While today the city might be as well-known for its world-renowned …