These concepts reflect a desire on the part of audiences to see themselves at the heart of the action, to actively engage rather than passively consume. Shows that can authentically offer viewer participation will reap the rewards, according to Neil Crombie of TV production company Swan Films. Crombie is executive producer of Grayson’s Art Club, an arts show conceived for lockdown for the British broadcaster Channel 4. The show ditched the traditional format of expert art critics dispensing wisdom and instead created a collective, meaningful experience for the nation.
The Team Building activities cover a series of activities for remote workers, designed to turn into interactive virtual meetings which feel real and look for the closeness among the assistants. The 3D interactive avatars resemble each of the participants, both employees and activity organizers. There are several Team Building activities available, from games to conferences and meetings. However, there is one which is specially active and requires a lot of communication between the participants: virtual Escape Rooms with avatars, an activity that you experience a completely immersive environment with outstanding results.
Offering an interactive, multi-stage experience with a stellar line-up of DJs, underground acts and visual artists, Lost Horizon was streamed live via Twitch and Beatport and across social media on 3 & 4 July. Created in partnership with Sansar, Wookey Technologies’ photorealistic platform for events, the festival took place in a 3D rendered game-like landscape complete with “computer-generated avatars and green screen ‘hologram’ performances.” Much like any other festival, attendees in virtual reality (VR) were able to wander from stage to stage and chat and interact with others, with one key difference: at Lost Horizon, they were avatars.
Thanks to advances in digital technology, entertainment is now delivering richer, deeper and more immersive experiences for audiences. Content and experiences now deftly blend reality with the virtual, offering multiple entry points and deeper experiential layers. Today’s empowered audience expects freedom: to explore, experiment and most importantly, participate.
Welcome to the Future of remote events! Technology has once again become the answer to many of corporative needs and virtual events are the chosen setting for the professionals and the business leaders who did not want to be left behind. Because numerous meetings and events have canceled, postponed, or rescheduled due to the coronavirus outbreak, NextGen Event Co. has been finding fresh and innovative ways to keep clients and event pros moving forward in the virtual world. Some examples include Virtual event platforms utilizing avatars to provide a gamified yet connected experience for guests and planners alike. Think: The Sims—but for meetings and events!
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