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Solutions Virtual Event Studio
The new digital playground for events managers
With LED walls, you lay the foundations. And by using Augmented Reality, you can create unlimited environments for online (e.g. product) presentations, talk shows or panel discussions with a ‘live’ feeling – no matter where the speakers are located. Put the online audience in the spotlight and engage in interaction with polls and by integrating social media. Stream with the tools you’re used to. For top-class results.
Create the studio you need with high-quality LED walls and Augmented Reality technology. With ready-made templates or have it tailored to your needs.
Lively interaction between speakers, host and audience
The audience can be streamed on thumbnails, so that everyone is in the picture. Speakers or presenters at different locations can be streamed ‘live’ visually next to the host, so that it looks like they are live on stage.
More experience, higher impact
With a hologram you can show your new product in 3D. Let your audience actively participate through polls. Further enhance the experience by streaming what happens on social media.
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Benefits and reach
Virtual events surpass physical events in terms of reach and accessibility.
The Virtual Event Studio also has a number of features and benefits that make it even more attractive to use.
The LED screens offer high quality and unprecedented flexibility. You remain in control down to the smallest detail. LED guarantees a lively presentation. The host or presenter sees the same thing as the online audience.
LED with AR
Augmented reality offers you even more possibilities, such as providing the backdrop with extra layers. You can also screen speakers from other locations on stage next to the host – as if they were there live. Or stream your audience via thumbnails, so everyone sees each other. This way you ensure maximum interaction and experience.