Sun Showcases Java Technology Everywhere in Action at JavaOne Conference

6/28/2004 - At this year's JavaOne Conference, the world's largest Java Developer Conference, Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) will unveil San Francisco's largest-ever technology demonstration and the first outdoor demonstration of its kind.

Every evening -- from Saturday, June 26 to Wednesday, June 30 -- code name Project Looking Glass, Sun's next-generation 3D desktop interface, will be projected as a "Living Billboard" outside San Francisco's Moscone Center.

Additionally, on Monday, June 28 and Tuesday, June 29, four emerging Bay Area artists -- David DeRosa, Nome Edonna, Sirron Norris and Kelly Tunstall -- will create Java technology inspired works of art on the Moscone Center pavilion floor.

Outdoor Technology Demonstration
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Java Technology-Inspired Art Exhibit
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