An event to highlight Scottish creative talent around the world was a "fantastic showcase", a minister said.
At the event in London, held to coincide with the Olympics, guests could take a virtual tour of the new V&A museum in Dundee, try out some new mobile apps and see the latest fashions from designers.
Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said it was a "fantastic showcase of our outstanding creative industries".
The event took place on Tuesday night at Scotland House in London in Pall Mall, designed to promote Scotland during the Olympic Games.
The creative sector in Scotland is said to be worth £3.2bn to the Scottish economy.
Outside of London, Scotland has the highest level of film, TV and animation production in the UK, with more than 100 production companies. It is also home to around 50 games companies, developing some of the world's leading titles, while Scottish textile exports are worth £295m a year.
Ms Hyslop said: "Scotland is known the world over as a place of creativity and innovation, and we boast a wealth of talent. As well as being Olympic year, 2012 is our Year of Creative Scotland when we are highlighting and celebrating our nation's cultural and creative strengths.
"This event is a fantastic showcase of our outstanding creative industries, a sector which generates significant benefits for our economy."
Also speaking at the event, Scottish Enterprise chief executive Lena Wilson said: "The Olympics has a long tradition of celebrating culture and creativity alongside sporting success, so it is fitting that tonight we are taking some time to celebrate Scotland's creative industries.
"That's why showcases such as these are important to raise the profile of the talent that exists in Scotland and to forge new relationships that could have a positive impact economically as well as culturally."
Eileen Gallagher, chief executive of television production firm Shed Productions, also told the event that moving the BBC drama Waterloo Road from Rochdale to Inverclyde "couldn't have gone more smoothly".
"Moving Waterloo Road to Scotland took a huge amount of effort but it couldn't have gone more smoothly, thanks to the support we received from Scottish Enterprise and Inverclyde Council," she said.
"The show looks better than ever, thanks to the hard work of a talented Scottish workforce.
"Scotland is a great home for creative businesses and we are delighted to be part of the Scottish creative revolution."