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15 Responsive Church WordPress Themes For Event

Minimalism, readability and good user-experience – these are the qualities of a website that many designer aims for when developing a website for a church or religious group. For many years, church websites have issues keeping up with the latest website trends. Some churches don’t really pay so much attention to the value of website in reaching out to people and its ability to create a virtually community for their followers.

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More information: https://colorlib.com/wp/church-wordpress-themes/

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Audience microphones for event engagement

One of the most talked about topics in event management, attendee engagement is perceived to be one of the vital components of a successful conference, meeting or corporate event. Any host wants their guests to be stimulated and actively involved in the activities which they have spent so much time meticulously planning.

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More information: http://www.cievents.com/speaking-up-audience-microphones-for-event-engagement/

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Sendrato IoT smart festivals

Sendrato was one of the companies demonstrating solutions at the Munich Wearable Technologies conference and was the winner of the Innovation World Cup lifestyle category as well as the overall prize. RCR Wireless News had the opportunity to record a video overview of its technology while at the event. Sendrato bills itself as a company that designs wearable technology and wireless solutions for large-scale events: A new topic in the world of the “Internet of Things”  is using wearables to actually manage events.

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More information: http://www.rcrwireless.com/20150212/europe/emea-sendrato-iot-smart-festivals-tag11

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Innovative Smartphone App for your event

We are happy to announce the launch of the new XING EVENTS App today! XING EVENTS brings people together at suitable events based on Their Network:  Event discovery,  event participation,  Attendee discovery  and  Interacting withEvent participants  is now easy with the new XING EVENTS application.

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More information: http://blog.amiando.com/2014-01-13/innovative-smartphone-app-for-your-event-new-xing-events-app/

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Why It’s Time to Consider Drones

Stampede Presentation Products held its annual Vendor Summit on October 5 and 6, 2015 in Buffalo, NY, and without competition, there was one element on their agenda that stood out: drones. And there’s a good reason for this—of the listings of Stampede’s top categories this year, drones came first, followed by touch displays, unified communications, audio, hospitality, signage, and security.

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More information: http://www.avnetwork.com/entry/why-its-time-to-consider-drones/932

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The incredible 3D projection system that can make an ice rink disappear

  • Months before the show, technicians line up projectors in the right spot
  • They produce a computer model of court to plan out their light sequence
  • Sequence is then loaded on system to automatically play on game day
  • Ultra-bright projectors layer light to change colour of the sports stadium
  • In the future, infrared imaging can link movements of players to animations
  • The crowd could also someday change what they see using their mobiles 

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More information: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2941609/The-incredible-3D-projection-make-basketball-court-disappear-turn-lake-fire-transport-Katy-Perry-desert-island-superbowl.html

 

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10 coolest things happening with augmented reality

Facebook is eyeing augmented reality.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that Facebook was exploring augmented reality at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment City Summit this week in San Francisco,TechCrunch reported.

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More information: http://www.techinsider.io/microsoft-and-google-are-just-a-few-creating-awesome-things-with-augmented-reality-2015-10

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Virtual reality: Microsoft experiments with multi-user technology

Microsoft is experimenting with multi-person virtual reality that allows people to interact and share virtual worlds with other people for the first time, according to reports. The Comradre project (pronounced “comradery”), led by Jaron Lanier, has already involved several projects in which more than one person experiences and interacts with the same object in virtual reality.

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More information: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/virtual-reality-microsoft-experiments-multi-user-technology-codenamed-comradre-1523566

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Holograms could soon help boost Catalina Island’s revival

Chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. opened the Avalon Casino in 1929 as a public showcase devoted to the first-ever movie theater for “talkies” and a ballroom with gleaming maple floors, jazz bands and panoramic views of the Pacific.

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More information: http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-catalina-casino-holograms-20151012-story.html