Macworld 2011 took place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Here are some highlights from this year's conference and expo.
Ten One Design's Fling Game Controller for the iPad was a Macworld 2011 Best of Show winner. Check out the full list of all 10 Best of Show winners.
Watch a demonstration of the Fling.
Many vendors featured employees in attention-getting costumes: Crossover Mac had a rotating schedule of impersonators including Marilyn Monroe (left), and Neat Reciepts had a paper monster (right).
Read the full Crossover Mac Expo Note.
Read the full Neat Receipts Expo Note.
Photos by Mark Pouley.
The iGrill is a Bluetooth-enabled meat thermometer that comes with an iOS app. The app allows you to monitor the temperature of your food from up to 200 feet away.
Read the full Expo Note.
Ben Long, Joseph Holmes, and Steve Simon at their Meet the Photographers session on Friday. The Macworld Live stage featured a full schedule of panels and demonstrations.
Watch videos of all the Macworld Live presentations.
The live 3D shooting area and green screen set-up by dvGarage was a hit.
At the very popular TV Hat booth, the company demonstrated and sold its titular product, the TV Hat.
See a demonstration of the TV Hat.
The Apps-and-More.com representatives dressed appropriately to promote a couple of their latest products at Macworld 2011, including the $1 Lifestyle Clock app and matching stand that turn your iPhone into a Germanic cuckoo clock.
Ortery demonstrated its 3D and 360-degree photography set-ups at Expo with a Buzz Lightyear toy. You can see an example of one of the resulting interactive images that works on any iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
There was no shortage of iPhone cases on display and for sale at Macworld 2011. On the right is one of Luxmo's faux-crystal encrusted cases.
A man dressed as a giant iPhone roamed the show floor and posed for photos with attendees.
An expo attendee tests out the Mogul DJ style headphones from iFrog.
At the Glif booth the new iPhone stand/tripod mount device was on sale for $18.
Jonathan Mann and the Rock Cookie Bottoms playing a set for a full crowd on the second floor at the Moscone Center.
The $199 Awind McTiVia wirelessly mirrors content from your Mac to your HDTV, essentially turning it into a second monitor.
A demonstration of Canson's Papershow system. The special pen and paper allow written notes to instantly appear on a screen.
The Macworld Music Studio, put on in collaboration with the Berklee College of Music, had a full schedule of sessions and performances, including this one on Creating and Adding Drum Beats and Grooves with Your Mac.
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