Ground-breaking innovations are around the corner: robot bartenders that receive orders via apps, 3-D printing models, self-driving cars that drop off attendees and park themselves, augmented reality for meetings, and combining video projection mapping with audio. All of these technologies are either here right now, will be available to planners soon, or are on the drawing board of meetings industry visionaries.
Jason Cataldi, CTS,VP of sales and marketing - event staging for IMS Technology Services talks extensively about the latest in meeting technology in the new issue of Mid-Atlantic Events Magazine, and a picture of our video mapping work at the Philadelphia Cricket Club graces the cover!
Projection mapping, also known as video mapping, is a dramatic and exciting video technique that is used to turn everyday objects (or even buildings) into display surfaces for video projection. The end result is a fully customized display with an unmatched “wow factor” for your event.
Have you ever walked into a conference or event expecting to be "wowed" but left wanting more? Whether you are an attendee or planning a meeting, chances are you have experienced an event that lacks flair causing you to lose interest and disengage
Have you ever walked into a conference or event expecting to be "wowed" but left wanting more? Whether you are an attendee or planning a meeting, chances are you have experienced an event that lacks flair causing you to lose interest and disengage.
For many years video has been the most powerful and engaging form of communication. Professionally produced video content has the ability to deliver substantial and memorable impact on its viewer, but it can also be a double-edged sword. If your content creates the wrong impression or isn’t impactful, people will remember you – but for the wrong reasons.