Learn about how you can use experiential engagement to create more impactful installations for your clients. We'll cover how you can integrate experiential content into your LED wall, projection, or video wall. Experiential content is not just a video or image, but motion-directed personalized interactive content that the viewer generates. Not sure what experiential environments look like? Take a look at
Join NEC and our featured Alliance Partners for the NEC Showcase in New York, NY on October 16, 2019 at Canoe Studios. Hear from keynote speakers about the latest industry news, learn tips and tricks from our partners, explore the latest visual solutions, earn CTS credits and network with industry experts to help drive your business!
As the leading conference and tradeshow for live design professionals from all around the globe, LDI hosts over 14,000 members of the production community, working in a wide range of international live and broadcast venues – festivals, corporate events, theatre, concerts, clubs, theme parks, architainment, and houses of worship.
XLIVE is transforming the way live event producers share expertise, learn, and revolutionize experience. The annual conference will feature the richest and most comprehensive conference curriculum available to live event & entertainment professionals.
Selling an experience has become in many ways as important to brands today as selling physical products. Industries including retail, hospitality and entertainment are investing in new technology to engage customers. Brick-and-mortar retailers have seen an evolution of customer expectations and have tried to integrate more digital experiences, but even some of the most traditional markets are beginning to turn a corner.
While so much of trade shows is about what is brand new in the present day, it is equally important to gauge where an industry is heading in the near future. At InfoComm 2019, held in Orlando, Florida last week, MarketScale caught up with several industry insiders to get their opinions on the biggest Pro AV trends and forecasts.
How the Experiential Economy Came To Life at InspireFest
Zuzor Founder Tammuz Dubnov traveled to Dublin, Ireland this week to speak at InspireFest 2019. The conference explores the future of science, technology and creativity. Industries from retail to entertainment are looking for new ways to engage audiences that are becoming increasingly harder to captivate. Solutions to the ‘experiential economy’ are a central aim of InspireFest this year.
You know the drill. I find the smartest, edgiest, and hopefully sexiest people I know who have the characteristics of entrepreneurship to contribute advice to The Chancebending Network. Today we’re talking Experiential Engagement with Tammuz Dubnov from Zuzor.
Creating Retail and Hospitality Destinations with Sensor-Driven AV
In a world of Amazon and Airbnb, how do stores and hotels compete? By creating destinations and experiences that customers can’t get anywhere else — immersive spaces that trigger personalized, meaningful connections.
DSE 2019 Booth Previews: Zuzor Using DSE As Launch Pad For Interactive Tech
Why do people going to DSE need to put your company on their Must See list of booths? Because everyone needs to experience Zuzor’s interactive, immersive, and engaging solution. In our fully-interactive showcase in booth #1148, everyone who stops by will get the chance to play in our dynamic and ever-changing environments. And because our software responds to people’s individual movements, every attendee will get something unique. Come over if you want an unforgettable experience!
The days of the jukebox have come and gone. For a brief period in American history, youthful socialites and music enthusiasts gathered at the ice cream parlor to enjoy a banana split over the tunes of the Beach Boys. Years later, musical gatherings took a new direction: Disco. Characterized by flared bell bottoms and glittery satin, disco truly reinvented the nightlife standard. As we edged closer to the end of the century, the celebration extended to the television, where viewers could turn to MTV for the latest in trending and decadent venues.