I am not sure what to make of this AMD Virtual IT Experience trade show that is “virtual.” Unlike some shows I have been to, this event seems more like a virtual sales pitch than a show. The exhibits in many cases are no more than self-promotional speeches and PDF documents. I suppose this is all that can be expected but the graphics are pretty cool. What I would have liked would be the ability to interactive with live people at the booths and ask questions.
There is an archived chat by the way but this is really more of an FAQ masquerading as an archived chat. It shows the company realizes it needs interactivity.
I suppose a virtual tradeshow without interactivity is noting more than a group of mini-websites strung together. Still this is a nice first step in bringing live events into the virtual world.