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6 Forms of New Technology Revolutionising Event Presentations

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We’ve all sat through tedious talks, with text-heavy slides and presenters reciting exactly what’s on the screen. Thankfully, there may be a closing slide in sight. New developments in event technology are changing the way we present, providing innovative ways to grab audiences’ attention and convey information.

This is great news for event creators. The more dynamic and interesting your presentation is, the greater your audience engagement will be.

Read more at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/blog/technology-changing-presentations-future-ds00/

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Craving Virtual Event Engagement? Look to Virtway Events!

With so many virtual event platforms on the market, it can be hard to learn what’s right for you. Enter: Virtway Events, the world’s largest, most accessible, and most customizable 3D virtual platform on the market. Virtway has been building 3D communications platforms for over two decades, and the company’s unique in-house technology can be used to create fully personalized, engagement-driven gatherings ranging from virtual trade shows, conferences, and corporate meetings to employee training and on-boarding, webinars, and collaborative activities.

Read more at: https://www.bizbash.com/sponsored/article/21342871/virtway-events-craving-virtual-event-engagement-look-to-virtway-events

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15 Coolest Tech You Can Rent for Your Event

This is a sponsored post by Aria AV. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

Technology moves fast. Today’s latest and greatest is tomorrow’s old news, and keeping up with what’s hot can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Plus, new gear is expensive! Have no fear, we’ve compiled a list of the 15 coolest tech items that you can rent, so you can have your cake and eat it too, all without breaking the bank.

More information: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/tech-you-can-rent

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Facilitate Networking With Technology

Meetings and events are designed around learning from your peers. Whether you are attending an internal meeting or you’re joining a global conference, you’re in attendance to become educated on a topic. Along with that comes networking; everyone there may not be speaking publicly, but there is still something to learn from them.

In that case, event and meeting professionals need to get creative with environments that breed both natural and planned networking.

More information: https://www.bizbash.com/facilitate-networking-with-technology/toronto/story/35714#.WxL1HTSFOM8

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The Secret to a Successful Expo: How Technology Can Drive Results for You and Your Exhibitors

The consumer shows and expos market is booming in Australia — a recent industry survey revealed that 67% of expo event creators are running new shows in 2018.

Strong growth means increased pressure on your event to succeed. Events that fail to innovate and deliver high value to exhibitors and sponsors will be left in favour of the new kids on the block. To avoid losing market share to new entrants, your event needs to stay ahead of the curve.

More information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/blog/academy/successful-expo-exhibitor-results/

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How to Increase Event Tech Adoption at Events

Technology has the potential to transform audience engagement at your event, but just because it’s available doesn’t necessarily mean your audience will use it.

Securing participant buy-in requires strategic pre-planning and is vital if you wish to maximise the return on your investment. We asked the designers of seven leading event tech tools for their advice on increasing adoption…

More information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/blog/event-tech-adoption-at-events-ds00/

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THE BIG TRIBE DEEP DIVE: AN IN-DEPTH LOOK INTO OUR SUITE OF EVENT TECH

You’ve been asking for it, and we’re thrilled to be finally delivering it… For our April event intelligence webinar we’re gave you an up close and personal encounter with our entire suite of event technology AND the people who build it.

See all of the Tribe tools in action, meet the brains behind each of our partner companies and see what your events could be like with the ultimate in event tech connectiveness.

More information: https://www.eventtechtribe.com/blog/2018/4/23/replay-the-big-tribe-deep-dive-an-in-depth-look-into-our-suite-of-event-tech-ekt32

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5 technology trends you need to know in the events industry

Technology is advancing at a rapid rate and every industry has to keep up or fall behind, which can be disastrous. This is never more evident than in the events industry where everyone is competing to stand out in a busy marketplace.

Here is a list of event technology trends that you need to know this year…

More information: http://www.conference-news.co.uk/blogs/5-technology-trends-you-need-know-events-industry

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The Event Metrics You Need To Wow Your Boss

You walk into your Monday meeting to kick off planning for your next event and your boss asks, “How did the last event go?” It isn’t enough to just reply, “It went great!” without any supporting metrics or data to prove the success. You are accountable at this very moment. Event metrics are essential in justifying effective costs on marketing events to the leadership team.

How do you measure your events? Where do you begin?

More information: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-metrics

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How to choose technology for your event?

With constant innovations in event technology evolving week after week, it seems almost impossible to know exactly what technology you should be using that’s best for your event. So, we’ve looked into how you can decide what’s most suitable and how you can keep on top of all those trends and discussions happening in the event tech world.

Understanding your event objectives and goals, and your audience, are very important in determining what event tech you should be using. Ask yourself questions like; what do you want to accomplish?

More information: http://www.conference-news.co.uk/blogs/how-choose-technology-your-event

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Quit, Skip or Keep? – AR, 3D & Simple Event Apps

Most event profs would agree that our industry tends to be on the slower side when it comes to adopting new technologies. Largely this is about risk aversion in terms of event execution, however, there are also times when we can be too eager to adopt tech that hasn’t yet reached its full potential. As a result, we are actually creating three additional risk pools for meeting technology:

More information: https://meetingtomorrow.com/blog/quit-skip-or-keep-vol-1

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16 Mind-Blowing Examples of Projection Mapping

The use of projection mapping—i.e., using projected video to turn buildings and other flat surfaces into dynamic art—has exploded in recent years. Using motion graphics, video, 3-D animation, and other new technology, event hosts now have increasingly innovative ways to convey brand messaging, provide unique stage backdrops, decorate walls and ceilings, and evoke emotions.

More information: https://www.bizbash.com/16-mind-blowing-examples-of-projection-mapping/new-york/story/34990

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3 projection mapping planning tips

Projection mapping dates back to the 1960s, with Walt Disney producing one of the first public displays with the launch of its Haunted Mansion ride in 1969. Projection mapping first came to prominence in the mid-2000s, when brands began to use it in experiential marketing campaigns. Arguably one of the most compelling ways to express a brand, it has fast become a popular and effective way for event organisers to awe and inspire their audiences.

More information: https://insights.ges.com/blog/3-projection-mapping-planning-tips

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Reliance Life – 270 Degree Projection Mapping

Ever since our inception, Knownsense studios has been doing 3D projection mapping for large multi nationals across the country and has expanded to doing global projects as well. The biggest of the lot has to be the Reliance Life insurance event held in Mumbai. When the event firm, The Moving Heads approached us they laid down very simple terms for us: A visual spectacle that gives the viewers as well as their corporate partners an immersive feel that makes the audience go ‘Wow!’

More information: http://knownsensestudios.com/blog/?p=239

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15 mind-blowing projection mapping demos

A few years ago, video projection mapping (aka spatial augmented reality, or projecting video onto 3D surfaces such as buildings) was a fledgling art form, with a handful of noteworthy examples. Now, a head-turning projection is par for the course for any building opening, product launch, award ceremony or even a big birthday party (if it’s good enough for the Queen).

More information: http://www.creativebloq.com/video/projection-mapping-912849

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TOP 5 EVENT TECHNOLOGY TRENDS TO LOOK FOR IN 2018

The future of the event industry will be mobile with interactive AR and VR dominating the spectrum. The rate of technology change is accelerating with thousands of ideas, apps and innovations bubbling up to help event planners do their jobs better and improve the attendee experience. Event planners and marketers will be working closely and provide a much more detailed profile of the attendee (customer) interests, while raising the importance of events within organizations in 2018 with the advent of these new technologies.

More information: https://kestone.in/top-5-event-technology.aspx

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How Attendee Persona Mapping Should Shape Your Event Tech

What do you need for a truly successful event? There are obvious factors: the venue, cutting-edge audiovisual equipment and an agenda packed with interesting speakers and presentations. But even the latest technology and a high-profile keynote address won’t make much of an impact if you’re missing one critical element: engaged attendees.

More information: https://fmav.ca/blog/how-attendee-persona-mapping-should-shape-your-event-tech/

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Technology to give your events the WOW factor

If you are looking to run an event that will be remembered by the guests, technology can help with the task. Whether you are looking to uniquely illuminate an area or include live music, why not try out some of the latest technologies that can take your event to the next level.

LEDs can help you create a magical atmosphere. For example, during the party for the 10th anniversary of the hotel nhow Milano, the lights on the artists’ clothes caught the attention of the audience during the incredible show.

More information: https://www.nh-hotels.com/meetings/blog/inspiring-gallery/top-event-technology

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Event Technology Trends You Need To Know

Are you bored seeing the same technology trends and topics at corporate events? Does it seem like every event but yours has the newest technology trend? Or, have you wowed your audience and want to continue down that path? If you answered yes, or even a maybe to any of the questions above, you are in the right spot.

More information: http://helloendless.com/top-5-event-technology-trends-need-know/

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Atlanta Hawks with 3D projection

The court is coming alive at today’s Atlanta Hawks basketball games thanks to a new 3D video projection mapping show at the Philips Arena produced by Quince Imaging using Barco’s large-venue projectors. It’s a growing phenomenon, with teams across the NBA and NHL working to incorporate this entertainment technology into their arenas, making for a more unique and dynamic game experience.4

More information: http://www.barco.com/en/News/Post/2015/2/9/Atlanta-Hawks-basketball-team-scores-with-3D-projection

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A working 3D holographic display

Since “Help me, Obi Wan, you’re my only hope” hit the big screens in 1977’s “Star Wars,” we’ve been dreaming of a full-3D holographic display. Mastering the technology isn’t easy, though. We’ve seen multiple attempts that approximate a 3D display, like a 2D image visible from all directions, but the tech world wasn’t quite up to the challenge of true 3D yet.181More information: http://www.cnet.com/news/graphene-produces-a-working-3d-holographic-display/