This is very cool: Frito Lay is unveiling an interactive mega-vending machine stage set as part of it’s Doritos Bold Stage interactive concert this Thursday, March 16. The 62-foot machine features a four-story LCD screen embedded within, encouraging attendees to use the Twitter hashtag #BoldStage to post pictures, choose performers’ encore songs–even special effects and lighting onstage!
Premier and XL Events handled the launch of “A Good Day To Die Hard” in London.
The worlds of digital and live have become one. This fall, the industry comes together to learn, share and build the future of the “wired experience.” We are accepting speaker applications for learning modules at EventTech through May 31.
You have to see this kinetic art install from Stockholm-based studio Humans Since 1982, which is on display at at Design Days Dubai / Victor Hunt Gallery from March 18 – 21. “A Million Times” takes almost 300 analog clocks and programs their hands to create an amazing synchronized visual display.
After respondents to an industry survey revealed Fortune 1000 trade show teams, event departments and procurement officers are presented with “more choices than ever,” have “a difficult time telling one exhibit partner from another” and “need an easier way to separate the great ones from the good ones”—the editors of Event Marketer and Event Design [...]
Canon’s new “mixed reality” technology combines augmented reality with real-world images. Now called the Canon MREAL System for Mixed Reality, it promises to “seamlessly [combine] the virtual world of computer-generated imagery (CGI) with your real-world environment. This revolutionary advance in imaging technology will enable your teams to boost overall productivity, enhance interaction and collaboration, focus [...]
Check out this cool reactive window display that ,staat creative agency designed for Nike in London!
California-based exhibit design and fabrication house Cyclonix is doing things a bit differently, whether it’s creating all of its fabric architecture in-house or using Pinterest as its primary website, this small firm is carving it’s own path. Why? Because the company is always looking for new opportunities to set itself apart from the competition. Fabric [...]