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Griffin Technology Inc. makes cutting-edge equipment for cell phones, tablets, and PCs, but its booth went retro with brick-like graphics, a faux fireplace, and cedar beams reminiscent of the Brady Bunch's family room.
Ricoh USA suspended five 15-foot-diameter fabric "print drums" over its 5,000-square-foot exhibit that suggested its prominent role in the printing industry.
Internet access provider Wayport Inc. employed a symmetrical layout in its 800-square-foot space, mixing light woods with a darker wood-laminate overlay, as well as opaque and sheer fabrics to signal its Wi-Fi broadband services.
Lightweight, interlocking honeycomb panels effectively used Triveni Digital Inc.'s floor space to display its data-management product offerings.
The Mexican World Energy Congress framed its 40-by-40-foot exhibit with four murals on 16-foot-tall backlit, sublimation-dyed fabric walls that drew upon the country's heritage.
Laser maker Fianium Ltd. illuminated the four kiosks and two 14- and 16-foot-high towers in its booth with an eye-catching bridged lighting structure.
A trio of double-sided, backlit towers topped by a 18-foot-diameter fabric ceiling element left visitors to Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.'s exhibit glowing.
Shaped like a polygon, the design for Fuji Seal Inc.'s booth showed off its packing equipment, while still allowing attendee traffic to easily flow through.
Video-game maker Tecmo Koei America Corp.'s
40-by-50-foot exhibit was almost as colorful as its games, with walls clad in gold foil, and four multihued "flying fish" made of fabric suspended overhead.