LED Walls: Once used exclusively for outdoor video display, LED walls have been indoor-ready for several years, making tighter spaces bigger and bolder. The technology offers several advantages over traditional projection displays, including better flexibility, brightness, and image quality. LED walls give you more flexibility in your event design because they can be assembled in unique sizes and shapes and take less total floor area than video projection.
Augment Your Reality: While there’s been a lot of buzz around virtual reality (VR) in recent years, augmented reality (AR) is an emerging trend in the event market. VR immerses users in a simulated environment, but AR allows you to see something virtual in the real world (e.g. Pokémon Go). In a small scale, mobile applications can create cool experiences for your attendees to entertain and educate. In a large scale, the audience sees a hologram of an object or person. Presenters can interact with holographic images in a dynamic way that just cannot be done in real life. AR also transforms how you can present products, as it can display the intricacies in 3D.
Get Unconventional: Let’s face it—hotel ballrooms can be boring. That’s why many meeting planners are starting to get unconventional with their conventions and use non-traditional venues. Industrial spaces, converted warehouses and lofts are in vogue venues for events. These spaces add unique design elements, such as exposed brick, piping and machinery that add architectural appeal. Your AV partner can help accentuate the features of the space with unique video projection, displays, set-pieces and lighting to enhance the impact of a distinctive venue.