AutoCAD back in the day. I remember running AutoCAD benchmarks on Sun's 386i comparing SunOS versus Windoze. Below is from Stewart's presentation.
Below is a snippet from an article in Today's Machining World:
DMG / Mori Seiki USA Announces Innovation Days 2011 at Chicago Headquarters & Technical Center on May 3‐5
Above and below is inside Mori-Seiki's incredible demonstration hall.
Above is the MTConnect roll out poster that Paul Warndorf said, "Dave, if you lose this, do not come back from Chicago!" :-)
Above is a great example of the size of some of the items being created at the show. The water bottle gives it perspective. Below is a gear that you do not want to screw up when making it :-)
Below is Athulan from System Insights discussing their MTConnect product, Vimana, with a prospect. Athulan said it was a great show for their company.