Infocomm 2012 – The Wrap
Christopher Neto, CTS, leaves Las Vegas with these thoughts.
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Infocomm 2012 has been everything I could have expected and more. Overall I felt that the show was a success for me personally. I was able to accomplish many of my goals which I set out to accomplish which included visiting exhibitors and “kicking the tires” of some of the latest A/V tech. What I didn’t expect was the how massive the show floor really was. On the second day of the show I literally discovered a whole new area of the show that I had not visited. Everywhere I turned the show floor extended in all directions. The size of the convention center did not hit me until that day when I discovered the other hall. Regardless of the size, or that I was constantly on the move, I was determined to press forward and continue my technology expedition.
On the final day of the show I spent most of my time running between meeting rooms located in a Land Far Far Away, or so it seemed, and on the show floor. I personally enjoyed my time on the show floor on Friday. The mad crowd rush from previous days had calmed down. I was able to visit exhibitors that had previously been overrun with people looking for answers and swag. I ended my InfoComm 2012 show with an appearance on the A/V Nation podcast and then it was off to dinner with some fellow online contributors who also enjoyed the show.
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