Atwood described ADEAC as a clearinghouse of display information, where attendees with any level of experience with displays can come, learn, network and make deals.
Among the areas that will be covered at ADEAC 2006 include high-definition television (HDTV), home-theater technologies, projection displays, portable displays, large-area displays, touch panels, organic-light-emitting-diodes (OLEDs), 3-D displays, backlights, and head-mounted and heads up displays.
The ADEAC 2006 technical program, seminars and exhibition will connect these applications and technologies to various industries, such as automotive, avionics, digital cinema and entertainment, digital signage, gaming and military.
Atwood pointed out that this makes Atlanta an exciting location for ADEAC 2006, because the state of Georgia, in particular the greater Atlanta area, is home to many of the largest consumer, military and manufacturing electronics companies in the U.
With the leverage of SID and VESA behind the conference, ADEAC offers OEMs an unprecedented opportunity to connect with experts at all levels of the display industry," Atwood added.
In addition, Sharp, along with a consortium of Oregon LCD technology specialists, is sponsoring the ADEAC
conference special event on Wednesday, October 26, 2005, 7:00-10:00 pm at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), one of the nation's top 10 science museums.