What should strategists expect this year and next?
Author Liza Kindred says that phones should be put away during meetings, but only sometimes. She offers recommendations on how to embrace the technology.
Bloomberg built a sold-out event focused on the ways data science can make the world a better place.
Meeting Design Institute President Maarten Vanneste says rapid tech evolution is driving this format but many planners are not yet embracing it.
The next chapter of digital events will include speakers who are streamed as holograms. Learn about Vimeo’s new feature that will make the sci-fi-sounding world of 3D holograms a reality.
Rotary International wanted to give attendees a unique glimpse into the organization’s efforts to eradicate polio and establish peace. So they created a massive simultaneous virtual-reality viewing experience.
C2MTL stages its boldly designed program in large, open-air spaces — and through trial and error has learned how to calibrate its sound
Getting the perfect sound mix at events and meetings can be difficult, but if you follow these best practices provided by our three experts you’ll make some sweet noise.
Leading AV providers, audiologists, and meeting organizers offer best practices for fine-tuning the sound mix at your meetings and events.
Music-engineering professor Colby Leider shares his acoustic expertise — from the cocktail-party effect and appropriate intelligibility to loudspeaker placement and open-air environments.
Cognitive scientist Josh Mcdermott on why people hear what they do — and why the auditory conferences he attends often have terrible acoustics.
Audio engineer Steve Bush takes on identifying sound leakage, controlling Reverberation, and finding the right expert.
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