Macworld Conference & Expo organizers announced on Tuesday a new Exhibit Hall feature called Creative Corner that will make its debut at the upcoming tradeshow in January. Open to all Macworld attendees, Creative Corner will highlight music and audio, digital photography, and creative products and services.
The Creative Professional Stage will feature companies that include FileMaker, HP, Fujitsu, Filmloop, Extensis and AIGA, the professional association for design, and others, according to show organizer IDG World Expo. Each company will have time to demonstrate and discuss their products with show attendees and show how they fit into the creative process.
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. The studio will also feature a self-guided tour, music production demonstrations and daily lectures by Berklee faculty.
“The Dr. Is In” is a new, complimentary service where attendees can bring prints, camera 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 them pointers.
Special Interest Pavilions at Macworld include Digital Media, Multimedia & Publishing Solutions; Enterprise & Business Solutions; Developer Tools, Networking & Server Solutions; and Education, SciTech & Assistive Technology.
Macworld Conference & Expo runs from January 9-13, 2006 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
Macworld and IDG World Expo are both owned by IDG.
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