FamilySearch also has a large exhibit area at the front of the exhibit hall. Here are some photos of their display:
On one side of the display area is the seating area to watch FamilySearch videos and presentations.
In the photo below, taken from the other side of the display, is a view of the area where FamilySearch staff is helping patrons find results on the computer systems:
Across the aisle from the area above, there is an area with a number of computer sets and patrons can find "fun" things on a number of FamilySearch sites, especially the FamilySearch Family Tree:
The options include access to www.RootsMapper.com (migration paths), www.Puzzilla.org (descendants from an ancestor), www.AllFamilyCrests.com (family crests), www.CreateFan.com (create a fan chart), On This Day in History (http://dmarie.com/timecap/), House of Names (http://www.houseofnames.com/nameSearch), and Genealogy 101 (http://www.funtrivia.com/playquiz/quiz201826171c2f8.html, a fun trivia game). For some of the activities, the patron can save the graphic created to a flash drive.
I thought that was a great way to introduce some of the "add-on" tools to create charts and use the Family Tree in creative ways.