The co-founder and C.O.O. of Quince Imaging is pushing the limits of projection-mapping technology.
THE FIRST interactive theme park and futuristic exhibition ever to come to Thailand, “teamLabs Islands: Dance! Art Museum, Learn & Play!” opened last Sunday at CentralWorld and is already proving one of the most popular events ever held in the City of Angels.
The fundamental essence of live events is driven by a group of people coming together to receive, understand and communicate a message. Whether in a hotel ballroom, arena, convention center, or any other type of gathering place, companies that put together these meetings are trying to create an experience for the audience.
Using augmented reality, Dubai Expo 2020‘s organising team offered visitors of Arab Media Forum a glimpse of how the Expo 2020 site will “look and feel” upon completion.
Speaking at the ILEA Accelerate 2016 Conference on Friday (13 May), Brian Ludwig, senior VP at Cvent, shared 12 ways the company predicts technology will change the face of B2B events.
It was billed as a virtual out of this world experience.
But in reality it was a room filled with blank screens and several people scratching their heads.
Although the PGA Tour dropped its long-time slogan, “Glory’s Last Shot,” late in 2013, it might not have had its last shot after all.
The PGA has been pushing technological development aggressively as of late. In November 2015, it finally got the ball rolling towards the pin.
SEATTLE—”Do you think ten-year-old you would believe that a concert like thiscould ever exist?”
My buddy asked me this after we’d spent two hours laughing at the weirdest concert we’d ever attended: Hatsune Miku Expo 2016. The concert’s distinguishing feature was a massive, see-through screen in front of a rock band, on which singing, 10-foot-tall anime princesses were projected.
It might be the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.
Remember in “Star Wars” (the original one from the ’80s) when Princess Leia delivers a message to Obi Wan Kenobi via hologram? That’s what I’m talking about, except far more advanced—and real!