Macworld Expo is adding a new feature to the Exhibit Hall called "Creative Corner." The new addition will highlight music, digital photography, creative products, and other special interests.Highlights from the Creative Corner include:
Creative Professional Stage
Several industry-leading organizations that provide solutions for utilizing the Mac for creative purposes will be giving commercial demonstrations at regularly scheduled times throughout the week. Organizations including FileMaker, HP, Fujitsu, Academy of Art University, Filmloop, Exabyte, TOLIS Group, Extensis and AIGA, the professional association for design, will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate their creative products and services.
Berklee College of Music Dream Studio
In a new Exhibit Hall feature at Macworld San Francisco, the Berklee College of Music will present the Dream Studio, a state-of-the-art music studio filled with Mac hardware and software ready to bring your musical visions to life. This attraction will also feature a self-guided tour, music production demonstrations and daily lectures by Berklee faculty.
The Dr. Is In ? Digital Photography Help
This new Exhibit Hall feature is a complimentary service where attendees can bring prints, camera (bring cables for download) or images on flash storage to the digital photography doctors in the Creative Corner of the Macworld Exhibit Hall and let members of the American Society of Media Photographers give pointers. The Doctors will be in all week.
Special Interest Pavilions
The Special Interest Pavilions have long featured up-and-coming companies and showcased technologies. Attendees with particular interests can experience first-hand the very latest Mac technology for specific market segments in a cohesive setting. Segments include:
Digital Media, Multimedia & Publishing Solutions
Enterprise & Business Solutions
Developer Tools, Networking & Server Solutions
Education, SciTech & Assistive Technology
Macworld Expo runs from January 9 through january 13, 2006, at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. For additional information about the Creative Corner, and the expo in general, visit the Macworld Expo Web site.