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Driverless car technology takes center stage at Consumer Electronics Show

It's only the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show but the party is already getting started. 

There is so much technology at the show it would be nearly impossible to see it all in one day. Here's a preview of the cars and automotive technology on display.

Perhaps the star of this year’s show is Bosch’s driverless-car technology. With the touch of a button the car finds a parking spot then parks itself. 

JVC-Kirkwood unveiled its concept i-ADAS driver assistance system. High definition monitors installed on both sides of the steering wheel is aimed at improving driver safety.

When you’re driving it feels like the cameras give you a 360-degree view around the entire car.

And, a special feature, passengers can watch videos on a projected screen that’s not visible to the driver.

Pioneer unveiled its latest NEX audio system. A touch screen monitor gives drivers access to their music and apps.

“Basically you are using a smart phone or tablet type of experience in your dash,” said Harry Kroll of Pioneer Audio.

You can also download apps in Ford’s all-new 2015 Mustang that was unveiled at the show.

It was an exciting yet tiring day for some as unveilings of the latest tech is kicked into high gear.

“I’m a little overwhelmed,” said Tara Johnson of New York. “I feel like I need a nap and a coffee.”

Matt Finn is part of the Junior Reporter program at Fox News. Get more information on the program here and follow them on Twitter: @FNCJrReporters