All of the events of 2020 going virtual has presented an interesting challenge, but also some opportunities that couldn’t be handled in person.
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Earlier this year, Bluejeans was acquired by Verizon. What led to this decision?
Discussing security when it comes to video conferencing, the AR/VR market’s $2 billion surge in 2020, and Shure invests in software through Wavemark.
Discussing diversity and what we as an industry can do to make change happen.
Discussing fostering engagement through socially-sonscious design.
Looking at all the angles from education, production and experience design, the guests explored what’s new in 3D printing materials and interdisciplinary collaborations, how it’s changing design and production, and what’s ahead in terms of new and cool uses for interactive experiences.
All The Voices Global demonstrations and activism against systemic racism continue to remind us that…
What do you think the new “memorable” will be? What will we cherish most when we can gather again?
Considering two areas consistently at the forefront of engagement: museums and events. How might today’s challenges actually be a catalyst for realizing some imaginative new uses of technology?
Introducing TIDE Generator from AVIXA, a biweekly series of conversations on the built environment hosted by Kirsten Nelson.