Bangalore, August 3, 2010: :
At some point in your life you may have lazed on the couch hoping things could get done just by thinking about it. Brain Computer Interfaces allow you to do just that. Brain Computer Interface (BCI) is a technique that allows the brain to directly communicate with a computer. BCI is useful in disciplines ranging from medicine to robots. These traditionally expensive and cumbersome futuristic toys are now starting to become more accessible. Alvin Zhang believes RIA is a great vehicle that can improve how people interact with content. At Adobe Flash Platform summit 2010, to be held 25-26 August in Bangalore, Alvin will conduct fun experiments and games that showcase Brain Computer Interfaces' possibilities and how you can start to play with this amazing piece of technology.
Attend AFPS 2010 for the sheer value of the content! No other conference in India offers such a comprehensive mix of technical and creative content, delivered by the industry's leading speakers and platform experts. Across two days, you have access to over forty presentations including inspiring keynotes from legendary Adobe speakers. You also have the opportunity to hang out at the expo area and connect with Adobe partners, industry leaders and peer developers and designers. With over 2000 attendees sharing the same passion as you, imagine the opportunities to network and further your goals.
Need more reasons? As the single, largest Flash Platform conference in India, at AFPS you get to hear about stuff in the roadmap and future directions before anyone else.
AFPS 2010 is homespun by Saltmarch Media, producers of Great Indian Developer Summit and Developer March - India's biggest and independent polyglot conference and portal for software developers. For more information, visit: www.adobesummit.com
About Saltmarch Media
Saltmarch is an established new-media company that brings together professionals and executives from diverse sectors with an objective of informing, networking and serving them with information, opportunities, evaluation and guidance to excel in their jobs. Whether it is delivered in print, online, or in person, everything Saltmarch produces is an astute reflection of the company's unshakable belief in the power of information to spur empowerment, and thereby change. For more information, please visit: http://www.saltmarch.com.
AFPS 2010 is homespun by Saltmarch Media's Intelligence business unit that provides unmatched quantitative and qualitative intelligence through an experienced editorial team, in-depth market research, focused and audited online and in-person surveys, incisive interviews and phone consultations.
A Saltmarch Media Press Release
E: firstname.lastname@example.orgPh: +91 80 4005 1000