At most trade shows, some companies go all out with their booth design, and I usually take some pics of the most beautiful ones. Here are a few I saw at NAB 2014.
In this display on the periphery of the Canon booth, some lenses were placed between a one-way mirror in front and a regular mirror behind them. The one-way mirror was oriented so that we could see through it, but its rear surface reflected the light within the narrow chamber back toward the rear mirror, which reflected it back to the front mirror, and so on, creating the illusion of an infinitely receding space. Notice the reflection of convention-goers outside the chamber in the front glass.
The Deluxe booth really drew my eye to the suspended red dots.
The switchback queue for the Red-Imax demo had narrow light tables with strips of 15-perf/70 mm Imax film to examine while we waited to get into the theater.
The Vizrt sign was visible from all over the front of the lower South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. (Note: Autodesk is the booth behind Vizrt.)
I loved the design of the Autodesk booth, with its curvilicious lines and multicolored lights.
I agree on the cool curving lines; it was one of my favorite booths... but I thought that was the Autodesk booth, actually? Virzt had the wooden floor and seamless green screen room showing off cool virtual studios and motion-controlled 3D graphics with 3-D aware cameras:
Oops, you're right; thanks for that correction! I updated the OP.