It's been a few weeks since I attended NIWeek in Austin, but I
still have more content coming from that show. I managed
to bring my digital camera and take some pictures. Here is
the diary of my two and a half days there--in image form (part one).
Keynotes and announcements:
Vice President of Marketing John Graff in front
of a relatively simple message. National Instruments wants people to
"do more" with their hardware and software.
(Click on image to
John Graff attempts to see
how much force he can generate, while Geoff Desmoulin of Spike TV's
Deadliest Warrior gives instructions.
It turns out that the
Warriors show uses National Instruments equipment
in order to make its detailed measurements. (Click on image to enlarge)
National Instruments Business and
Fellow Mike Santori rocks out while demonstrating virtualized systems
and real-time vision processing. Click here to see a summary of some of
Instruments (Click on image to enlarge)
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