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9 Cool & Creative Ways to Use a Projector

Meeting planners use projectors to share slides and visuals with audiences everyday, but some find more creative ways to use projectors.

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More information: https://meetingtomorrow.com/blog/9-cool-creative-ways-to-use-a-projector

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Spotlight on future of augmented and virtual reality at Dublin event

The use of augmented reality and virtual reality is expected to increase in sales from current levels of less than $10 billion annually to $150 billion over the next five years, according to a recent Digi Capital report.

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More information: http://www.irishtimes.com/business/technology/spotlight-on-future-of-augmented-and-virtual-reality-at-dublin-event-1.2620934

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Welcome to the future: inside the UK’s biggest Virtual Reality event

The UK’s biggest virtual reality event – the VR World Congress – is taking place in Bristol today.

But what does VR mean for us? Here’s a look at just some of it’s uses being demonstrated at the conference – practical, and playful.

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More information: http://www.itv.com/news/west/2016-04-12/welcome-to-the-future-inside-the-uks-biggest-virtual-reality-event/

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List of Virtual Reality Events, VR Expo, Exhibitions & Conferences in 2016

Here is the list of virtual reality events, VR expo, exhibitions or conferences in 2016. Some are fully dedicated to virtual reality and some has connections or related with VR.

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– See more at: http://allvirtualreality.com/events/list-virtual-reality-events-vr-expo-exhibitions-conferences-2016.html#sthash.qEJp3RyR.dpuf

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Virtual Reality: What Does It Mean for the Event Industry?

Virtual Reality (VR), the capacity to send people to a world of maxed-out imagination and endless possibilities, has been changing the world. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told the audience at Samsung’s Galaxy S7 launch event that VR is going to “change the way we live and work and communicate.”

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More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/virtual-reality-what-does-it-mean-for-the-event-industry

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EIGHT STRATEGIES FOR LEVERAGING VIRTUAL REALITY AT EVENTS

The November release of the Samsung Gear VR marked the beginning of what is bound to be a wave of consumer-friendly virtual reality devices made available to the public—especially with its (relatively) affordable $99 price tag. But event marketers capitalized on VR well before it hit the mainstream.

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More information: http://www.eventmarketer.com/eight-strategies-for-leveraging-virtual-reality-at-events-2/

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7D Hologram Technology Will Change Events Forever

This incredible 7D hologram show is probably one of the most exciting technological advances for events since the introduction of electronic registration systems.

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More information: http://www.inanyeventlondon.com/#!7D-Hologram-Technology-Will-Change-Events-Forever/mqdha/56c3b9610cf26237099af06f

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Meet Hatsune Miku, the Japanese Pop Star Hologram

Hatsune Miku is a 16-year-old pop star from Sapporo, Japan. She has neon blue hair, which she wears in pigtails, and bright blue eyes. Since starting her career in 2007, she’s opened for Lady Gagaduring the 2014 ArtPop tour, she’s done a “Happy” remix with Pharrell Williams, and has recently served as a muse for designers like Marc Jacobs and Riccardo Tisci.

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More information: http://www.wmagazine.com/culture/2016/05/hatsune-miku-crypton-future/photos/