Events designed for Corporate, Education and Non profits, avatars have mainly an interactive role. For example, in a convention, fair or any other type of commercial activity, businesses can arrange their booths or information stands with 3D avatars that stand for the company representatives. This way, attendees will be able to contact with assistants and solve their doubts in the moment.
Technology provides the possibility of organizing corporative events with realistic avatars that will not only meet the needs of the participants, but also draw their attention. 3D Virtual Events meetings are followed through a screen, so we risk losing our audience’s interest and that they may exit the meeting. To avoid that, it is necessary to present a virtual platform attractive enough that recreates these real-life situations with a touch of creativity.
On the other hand, B-roll is the process of using alternative footage spliced together with the main footage. What it does is that the alternative footage complements the main footage or the story you’re presenting. A typical example is when you’re narrating a story, or when you’re doing an interview. It would be too boring to watch at the person talking. B-roll is what makes it exciting and engaging for viewers.
Brand new customizable 3D avatars
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.