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How (and Why) to Incorporate Virtual Reality Into Your Next Event

From a young age we’re taught that humans perceive the world through five senses. What is perceived is then translated into experiences, which make up reality as we know it. Virtual reality presents these senses with a computer-generated environment that is, to some extent, explorable.

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More information: https://www.eventbase.com/blog/how-and-why-incorporate-virtual-reality-your-next-event

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Participatory voting at events: Part 1—Introduction

Look up “voting” on Google and the top search results are dominated by links about electoral voting. Making decisions (about elected leaders, opposing choices, and action plans, etc.) is the first function of voting that comes to mind for most people.

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Read the rest of this article at: http://www.conferencesthatwork.com/index.php/event-design/2016/04/participatory-voting-at-events-part-1-introduction/

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Wireless Voting System in Singapore – How To

Wireless Voting System in Singapore – Why is it popular?

If you take a look a few years back, you will realize that social events were not that Hi-Tech. People used to rely on projectors and slides in order to convey their messages to the audience. They used to ask the attendees to raise their hands in order to seek their opinion on a particular matter.

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More information: http://cmccintl.com/wireless-voting-system-in-singapore/

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Interactive tools to collect audience feedback at conferences

Gathering feedback from your audience and engaging them is a key success factor for conferences. In the old days, we used to do that during the Q+A session, and maybe with hand signs or the famous green and red cards, but there are so much more sophisticated tools now. I had the chance to try out some of them at the recent Confex exhibition in London.

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More information: https://michaelheipel.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/interactive-tools-to-collect-audience-feedback-at-conferences/

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Add value to your event with Audience Response

During the recent ‘Credit Crunch’ organisations were under pressure to cut their conferences and events budgets. What they saved by reducing the size of the stage or by going to a cheaper venue shouldn’t have effected the basic content of the day or the goals for staging the event in the first place.

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More information: http://www.avdept.co.uk/2010/12/add-value-to-your-event-with-audience-response/

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Get Attendees Involved at Your Next Event with an Audience Response System

Benefits of an Audience Response System
Audience Response Systems offer many benefits to Event Meeting Services Planners and Organizations. Here are just a few of the potential benefits:
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How To Use Mobile Event App Live Polling & Audience Response Systems

Live polling enables event planners and organizers to provide better levels of engagement between speakers and attendees. While traditional audience response systems are limited and require an additional investment by event hosts, a mobile event app gives attendees access to session information, PDF documents, and other resources alongside the ability to submit live responses to questions posed at sessions.

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More information: http://www.appsforevents.com/news-blog/event-mobile-app-live-polling-audience-response-system

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ARS Vendor comparison

When we first tried to learn about Audience Response Systems, it quickly became overwhelming. First, they go by many names: Classroom clickers, voting keypads, classroom performance systems, classroom response systems, personal response systems, student response systems, audience polling, interactive meetings… Wow. Yikes!

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More information: https://www.polleverywhere.com/ars-comparison