I'd like to solve the puzzle! The Siemens booth put on a wheel-of-fortune style display of multiple iPads synced together to create a dazzling performance. Each lead collected went to benefit the Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) program which will be partnering with Ken Burns on a new documentary to be released in 2015.
A close up of Siemen's iPad wall. The wall was used to power a healthcare presentation that ran every 20 minutes.
Epic's booth included a rideable, spring-powered rocking horse. Luckily there are plenty of doctors on hand at HIMSS14 just in case anyone is thrown.
Pink and orange lycra-clad dancers get down for healthcare at the Medecision booth. The dancers will be busting a move all day on Tuesday and Wednesday according to @Medecision.
Orchard Software's giant tree was a welcome respite from the flashing lights and monitors that filled the rest of the exhibit hall.
Straight from an action movie set, Sprint's Emergency Response Team (ERT) truck dominated the show floor. The truck provides short-term wireless telecommunications equipment, infrastructure and operations support.
HIMSS Spot, located in Lobby C, provided a comfortable place for attendees to network and connect with the Health IT Social Media (#HITsm) Community.
Enthusiastic attendees shared their passion for health IT by stocking up on buttons at HIMSS Spot in Lobby C.
Integrated digital signage at the Orange County Convention Center delivered the HIMSS message with style. The signs also displayed information about supporting organizations and sponsor messages.
CDW's video-based tic-tac-toe game proved very popular drawing a large crowd on Tuesday.
Harkening back to Apple Computer's 1984 super bowl commercial, the Optum booth wowed attendees with its enormous digital display.
Larger-than-life monitors were common at HIMSS14. In this image from Tuesday afternoon booth-goers are silhouetted against TeraRecon's impressive display.
Chip Means, digital operations manager at HIMSS Media and coordinator for HIMSS14TV, wields the almighty universal remote allowing him to adjust the picture and sound on all video monitors around the Orange County Convention Center.
Cinderella took time from her busy schedule to greet attendees at the Atrilogy Solutions Group booth in Hall D.
Alere's booth in Hall C gave off a trippy, sci-fi vibe while attracting attendees with pina colada and strawberry daiquiris.
Feeling lucky? Mediquant's booth let attendees try their hand at a slick cup and ball game.
Some booths opted for a more plush and relaxing vibe. The KLAS booth in Hall C looked like a great place to curl up and read a book.
A panorama view of the bustling food court in Lobby C provides a good measuring stick for the enormous crowds at HIMSS14.
Attendess of the HITMen & Women Reception wait for the awards reception to begin at the Healthcare IT News and eMids event on Monday night.