More than 500 companies from LA County have met to celebrate the region's innovation in a range of fields.
LA County Tech Week, which was held at the Business Technology Center in Altadena, aimed to acknowledge the "vibrant state" of the technological landscape in the area.
More than 50 exhibits were set up and they surrounded a looping 16 ft LED wall and a number of television kiosks that displayed footage from a range of new video games and other products.
"The Los Angeles technology sector is unarguably one of the strongest technology economies in the world and our eighth annual Tech Week reflects that vitality," commented Dr Mark Lieberman from the community development commission of Los Angeles County and co-founder and co-chair of the event.
In other news, earlier this month, industry analyst NanoMarkets published predictions that sales of large-area and printed sensors could exceed $6 billion (£3.6 billion) by 2016.