Anyhow with bigger commercial groups like Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and Alienware to name a few we get a suite of digital eye-candy. Add to this a small army of booths either showcasing or using large screens and there is plenty to see.
I loved the large touch screens on show from folk like Samsung and eBoard. Seeing the Microsoft Surface 2.0 technology in action is great, all those touch points and now so neat and tidy with the LCD panels. eBoard's 82" beast just looks super, though the slightly smaller (attractively priced) non-glossy versions are actually very tempting (both in vertical and horizontal configs).
I always like the exhibits from the researchers like CSIRO and the universities. Shout out to Russell Lowe and the rest of the UNSW Realtime Porosity team for their exhibit featuring sensors on the model of central Sydney linked to the CryEngine simulation.
The CSIRO simulations and AR were fun as was the virtual open-cut mine using Unity.
Anyhow, well worth a visit if you have time in the next 2 days...