11.24.2009 01:25 PM
NAB Show and Newbay Media Announce DigitalVision 2010
The NAB Show and Newbay Media have partnered to launch DigitalVision 2010, a virtual trade show for digital content creation professionals featuring live Q&A, keynotes, moderated chat, and interactive product and technology exhibits. The online event will be held Wednesday, January 20, 2010.

The event will offer a glimpse of the upcoming 2010 NAB Show. There will be video presentations, live chats, product information, and prize giveaways. Exhibitors include event sponsor Sony, and additional sponsors Harris and Omneon, and virtual exhibits Clear-Com, Digital Rapids, Ensemble Designs, Mid-Atlantic Products, Snell, VCI Solutions, Viewcast, Wohler Technologies and the NAB Show exhibit.

DigitalVision 2010 will also feature a virtual lounge where attendees can mingle with colleagues and learn about the latest developments in the industry. The lounge will include scheduled chats led by NAB Show participants and the editors of TV Technology, TV Broadcast, Videography, DV Magazine, and Government Video, among others.

There will be an educational portion focusing on acquisition, production, audio, content management, content distribution, and transmission topics.

Registration for DigitalVision 2010 is free at www.digitalvision2010.com. Register by December 15 and receive a $100 discount code towards a 2010 NAB Show Conference Flex Pass (activated upon log-in to DigitalVision).

Interested in exhibiting? Contact Eric Trabb at etrabb@nbmedia.com.

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Posted by: Anonymous
Fri, 08-03-2012 06:18 AM Report Comment
Funny, until now I had totally mesisd the mentions about Bordeaux. When I watched the video from NAB on Adobe TV about this I kind of thought it was Thermo too. I asked a few other people and they got the same impression. The presenter at NAB didn't mention a product name, he did almost say it once and then caught himself and carried on.I think it's a fair assumption as for all intents and purposes it does the exact same thing. Import a psd and use those layers to create components and then create connections between those. The only difference between this and Thermo is that one outputs using the Flex framework and the other is targeting straight Flash (I'm guessing XFL) output.So if they both do the same thing, why make two products other than to make more money selling dev tools I guess.Anyway, given all the publicity that Thermo has received and how similar these two initiatives are I think it's fair for people to have assumed that this was Thermo.

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