I’ll be attending WinHEC again this year, with multiple sessions on HD Photo. WinHEC 2007 takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center May 15th-17th. I’ll be presenting a session entitled “HD Photo Implemention Guidelines” on Wednesday at 11A. I’m also hosing a “chalk talk” on “HD Photo Wide Gamut Imaging” Wednesday afternoon. The chalk talks are a new feature of WinHEC this year, designed to be much more of an interactive discussion rather than a typical Powerpoint presentation. It should be a lot of fun. The agenda describes both of these sessions for device driver developers and hardware engineers, but if you’re involved in any aspect of digital imaging software or hardware, I’m sure you’ll find these sessions interesting and informative.
In addition to these two sessions, we’ll also be showing some HD Photo demonstrations as part of the Microsoft Pavilion in the conference exhibit area. I’ll be hosting those demos so be sure to stop by and say hello.
I’ll also be presenting sessions on HD Photo and hosting demonstrations at WinHEC 2007 Taiwan June 13th-14th, and then continuing on to WinHEC 2007 Japan June 18th-19th. I’m looking forward to meeting you there and sharing in an interactive discussion about HD Photo.
My presentations at WinHEC last years was the first signficant public discussion of HD Photo (then known as Windows Media Photo) and we generated a tremendous amount of attention and interest. Since then we’ve shipped the 1.0 version of the HD Photo Device Porting Kit, Windows Vista, .NET Frameworks 3.0, Windows Imaging Component, and the beta of the Windows HD Photo Plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® software, all with support for HD Photo. I’m looking forward to some equally interesting discussions this year.
See you there!