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How Events can change with Apple Watch in 2015

Back in February, we predicted how Apple’s iWatch can revolutionize the Events industry. Now that the Apple Watch is officially unvealed, we take a sneak peak at the possiblities that Apple Watch can bring to the Events industry.

Mood Monitoring

Apple is introducing Zirconia back with 4 sapphire lenses, with Infrared and visible light LED along with photo sensors detect pulse rate, thus able to translate that possibly into mood monitoring based on your pulse rate.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/how-events-can-change-with-apple-watch-in-2015/

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Virtual & Augmented Reality – The Future of Events

What about front row seats to the next basketball game while you’re still in the office?

Perhaps you really want to be a part of a major conference overseas that you couldn’t make time for.

With virtual and augmented reality technology, the possibilities are endless. This is an introduction to a series of articles related to this exciting side of immersive technology and how it could shape the future of events for you. Strap yourselves in and get your headsets on.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/virtual-augmented-reality-the-future-of-events/

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Live Streaming Your Event: Yes Or No?

I grew up in an age where my main form of digital entertainment was Sonic the Hedgehog on a Sega set and the Internet only became a real thing when I was a teenager though even then to start it up one had to go through the cacophony of the modem dial up.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/live-streaming-your-event-yes-or-no/

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10 Reasons To Use Event Management Apps for Your Events

I bet you all have attempted to try an event management app in your life of an event professional. How was the experience? Regardless of whether you like it or not, an event management app or software has become essential to all kinds of events nowadays, mainly due to the nature of the event planning and management job.

No one wants to deal with seemingly endless spreadsheets, sending several hundred emails a day, and getting freaked out every time there is a change be it with a keynote speaker or a guest’s meal preference.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/10-reasons-to-use-event-management-apps-for-your-events/

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Top Application Security Threats

In a way, mobile apps have made life easier than ever for event planners. That’s especially true in the case of social media apps, which allow event planners to coordinate events on the go, connect with potential customers and build their brands virtually anywhere they are.

Unfortunately, however, the emergence of new technology almost always brings with it as many new problems as solutions.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/top-application-security-threats/

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Kwaver: The next music collaboration app for events

The engagement of attendees has always been one of the top priorities of event planning. Some questions that event organizers brood over:

  • What are the ways to keep an attendee interested?
  • How do you ensure attendees explore the different aspects of your event?

If there is very little (or no) form of interaction between attendees and your event, there’s a really high chance they’ll get bored and leave. Thankfully, we have so many event technologies at our disposal these days that event planners have to pick the right ones for the best outcome.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/kwaver-the-next-music-collaboration-app-for-events/

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Audience Response Systems — Should You Buy Or Hire?

Audience response systems (ARS) are a great interactive tool to help boost the appeal and effectiveness of presentations and conferences, training events and business meetings of any kind. The little handheld keypads enable audience feedback or voting to take place quickly and anonymously, with the results available immediately via the software installed on your IT system.

Most suppliers of ARS equipment offer a choice of purchase or rental agreements – so should you buy or should you hire?

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/audience-response-systems-should-you-buy-or-hire/

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How to Live Stream an Event on My Website

Video live streaming for events has become a new trend in the modern society of technology-addicted people. According to statistics, several billions of hours of video are streamed online monthly. This trend was picked up by huge events such as festivals and concerts, joining the ranks of online streamers that provide their content to users while attracting more popularity. So, if you have no opportunity to attend some festival, you may find a service on the web, such as IRocke, and enjoy the performance of the event online.

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/how-to-live-stream-an-event-on-my-website/

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How to Drive Event Traffic with AR

Event reality won’t hold up for long unless it’s altered that is. With the breakneck progress of augmented reality development, the future of SMART events is going to be quite exciting.

It’s unbelievable how many event goals can be reached through the assistance of apps for augmented reality: event engagement, traffic boost, sales increase, effective showcasing of products and services – these are only some of them. So, what will the future of augmented reality technology in event planning really look like?

More information: https://www.gevme.com/blog/how-to-drive-event-traffic-with-ar/