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Proceedings for Projection Summit 2006, held June 5-6, in Las Vegas just prior to InfoComm, are being sent to attendees. If you missed the conference, you can order a CD that includes all of the technical and market presentations that identify the key issues that will impact the display industry. The proceedings include market data from leading research firms covering the professional and consumer display markets, plus additional sessions looking at projection technology, LEDs and Lasers, and LCDs.

The cost is only $495 and it can be ordered on the web site at:

https://special.mags.net/mdreport-ssl/cart/cart.plx?uid=67.86.67.59

The Summit provided the unique opportunity to learn about the technology and market forces that are shaping the ProAV and consumer markets. Attendees heard from and engaged with the industry's movers and shakers. The stimulating sessions and discussion focused on key industry trends and issues - matters affecting business decisions at all levels of the industry.

The Projection Summit, organized into 8 sessions this year, included:
* Lamps, Lasers, LEDs
* Innovations in Projection Design
* Innovations in Screen Technology
* Projection/LCD/PDP Competition
* New Projection Markets
* Image Processing Trends
* Digital Signage Opportunity
* Changing Channels

The full agenda with speakers for Projection Summit 2006 is viewable at: http://www.projectionsummit.com/.

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