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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Her recent work ‘From Green to Red’ is an environmental protest piece that will premiere at the London Biennale in June 2021. Harnessing 800,000 years of data from NASA, the visual piece tracks human impact on the planet through time by visualizing CO2 concentrations. The full installation seamlessly fuses the digital and the physical. As visitors approach, the timeline and music will change in response, the intent to give each individual an understanding of their own impact and a sense of agency.
Even without a good camera, you can make a great video. One way is to make the video "about" being cheaply made, like the Blair Witch Project or the experimental films of Kuchar. If you aren't going for the D.I.Y. aesthetic, one way to make a cheap camera still look good is to focus on keeping the camera level, using a tripod or other flat surface. As far as editing goes, there are some great movies that don't have any edits at all, like Warhol's Vinyl or Snow's Wavelength. That said, you'll probably want to edit. Check out free or low-cost editing programs online.
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Bulletproof the Interrogation borrows heavily from gaming, and content creators are increasingly looking to fuse the thrill of the gaming experience into traditional entertainment mediums. UK startup Maze Theory is currently developing an interactive gamescape based on the hit BBC TV drama Peaky Blinders. Players will be able to enter a meticulous recreation of the world of the Shelby crime syndicate, infiltrating their circle, earning their trust and helping them defeat a rival gang. Peaky Blinders: The Kings Ransom promises ‘humanlike’ interactions, made possible through advanced AI technology which will allow characters to respond in real-time to players’ words, gestures and body language.