I’m thrilled to be presenting at this year’s Untethered conference on how to make virtual events immersive. Join me Tuesday May 19th and be among the first to get a preview of my Virtual Event Planner’s Guide to XR.
Everyone is looking to find solutions to keep virtual event attendees engaged from home. My presentation will explore the use of immersive technology such as VR, AR and XR for virtual events. We’ll take a look at the existing solutions, factors to consider when choosing immersive tech and how to overcome potential challenges.
What causes immersion? As the digital revolution rages on, technology has been both blamed and lauded for capturing more and more of our attention. We have been given the tools to tell stories in new and exciting ways, access to data that has never been available before and the ability to connect to a fully realized digital universe. As digitally connected citizens, we are constantly bombarded with incoming messages and have become adept at tuning out endless amounts of ‘noise’. So what then CAN capture and keep our attention? An array of augmented reality and virtual reality applications or ‘immersive media’ experiences are being developed across various sectors and engage users like never before. The immersion grid has been developed to help compare and contrast these applications and predict how likely they are to be truly immersive. (more…)
I was recently asked to present at Power2 Leaderlab’s Happy Hour of Power in Portland, OR. The group wanted information on how to extend their leadership qualities online and use social media to expand their network. Here’s my presentation, enjoy!
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