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We have all learned how to work in new ways during the pandemic. By now, each individual has had time to consider what they miss about the old way of working, and what they have embraced about these socially distant times. The reactions are as varied as the types of people who share the workplace.
To ready myself for the holiday shopping season, I did some intense endurance training on the mean midtown streets of Manhattan with retail and hospitality audio guru David Schwartz, president of Essential Communications.
VisionLoft blends the historic charm of the property’s livery stable past with the sleek and intuitive innovation of modern audiovisual and collaborative technologies.
The technology upgrades maintained the original exhibit design for the space, with screen refreshes throughout.
The events and experiential marketing industries have arrived at a new phase in this dramatic and painful pause on in-person gatherings. We are learning a lot, and as we settle in for the long-haul with remote life and a gradual return to in-person events, we have an opportunity to completely reimagine the way we connect.
What happens when leaders from the hotel world decide to start a new train service? Well, they hire the best architects to design an entirely new, branded hospitality concept that happens to move people from city to city.
What we used to call “interactive” is now something more like inter-reactive. Where previously gestures or touch would trigger specific, pre-programmed reactions from content, now we’re in the “real-time” era.
This higher-ed panel, like many segments of the AV business at the moment, is all about opportunity.
Promoting new ideas at the heart of the InfoComm show floor for the third consecutive year, Center Stage 2019 (Booth 3161) is offering even more ways to advance conversations at the show.
This connection between the AV practice and the emerging field of media architecture is what we will be exploring at the TIDE Conference.
Regresar a la oficina será diferente para cada persona, compañía, y ubicación, pero hay algunos puntos generales que surgieron a partir de las conferencias, del reciente evento virtual, InfoComm 2020 Connected sobre el tema de la reapertura de espacios de trabajo en un mundo impactado por COVID-19 que destacamos a continuación.
When we hear the word interactive, it’s easy to immediately think about technology, or the way we interface with it. But interactivity begins with humans, and is in fact an extension of the gestures, spontaneity and engagement we use to gather an understanding of the world around us.
Innovation on virtual events began early in the pandemic for Vita Motus, which felt the earliest effects of the shutdown when work paused on the televised concert productions it produces in China. A rapid refocus toward digital capabilities revealed a vast cache of virtual offerings that Vita Motus had already produced.
There is a symbol for the most significant workplace design trend in recent memory, and its near pervasiveness is a good indicator of the depth of change seen at the office since the turn of the millennium.
As we look ahead to the next year and wonder how brands and retailers will communicate with us, we’re going to hold them to a high standard: how human are your virtual experiences? Video content and apps are more than just placeholders and distractions, they need to connect, immerse and understand us.
In the age of “busy,” lots of customers don’t have a lot of time for endless meetings where they search their souls for pain. Decision makers prefer to be presented with surprisingly accurate insight into their needs
With the right projection technology and irresistible content, it’s possible to change any space and get a bang for your buck. TAO Chicago offers this inspiration.
Peloton, which created an entirely new way to participate in spin classes with its lushly produced interactive in-home workouts, has now brought a completely integrated experience to the running world.