How table projection mapping can be used in events for branding, personalisation, and story telling

Everyone in events is familiar with large-scale projection mapping; on buildings, on stage, and at activations. But there’s almost limitless potential to tell your story on a much more personal scale. Sharing a meal is one of the most intimate human social rituals, and projection mapping onto the dinner table is emerging as a fantastic way to communicate, delight, and impress your audience. 

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Delivering Multi-Sensory Experiences at Events


Our experience of the world involves a number of senses - sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. These senses are not isolated from one another. In fact, awareness of our surrounding environment is the result of all five senses working together. Over the years, countless studies have proven sensory stimulation plays a large part in memory formulation and association. For years retailers have embraced these findings and implemented sensory experiences into their marketing in an attempt to boost sales, reinforce branding and improve the overall customer experience. Similarly with event technology, we’re seeing the impact of consumer marketing trends act as the driving force behind the event experience.

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Affordable Event Technologies For Conferences That Give A Rich Experience

Affordable Event Technology for Conferences
Organising a stellar event doesn’t always require a big spending. If you’re managing a conference on a shoestring budget, combining the proper amount of technology and ingenuity will result in an event that satisfies your professional endorsers and your attendees whilst also bringing focus to your company’s brand and mission; and the overall purpose of the event. As leaders in event technology and production, Encore Event Technologies are experts in providing event solutions that best meet your event objectives within the given budget. 

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InfoComm 2018: What's Hot, Trends and more

InfoComm 2018
For devotees of Event Technology there is just no bigger event on the calendar than InfoComm. It is the largest, most exciting industry event in North America focused wholly on the pro-AV industry. It features over 1,000 exhibitors, thousands of new and existing techie products, and sees 44,000 attendees from over 100 countries every year. InfoComm 2018 was held at Las Vegas Convention Center, in Las Vegas, Nevada in the first week of June this year. Our Director of Technology, Andrew MacColl joined Encore’s Global Innovation team at this year’s annual AV geek fest to see what’s hot… and what’s not. 

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How to create a spectacular stage set for your gala dinner

Nothing brings an empty function space to life like a custom set design. Working with the theme and identity of the event, the physical limitations of the space, and the functionality needed for the show will bring your creativity to the fore, and ultimately achieve stunning results for your next big night.  

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Christmas Party Styling Trends

You blink and it's already Christmas! Christmas is the time of year for company leaders to recognise all the hard work and dedication their staff have given over the year by rewarding them with one hell of an office Christmas party. It's a key event on the calendar that requires a lot of smart event planning and preparation. One of the most crucial elements of any corporate Christmas party is styling and theming; it can help break the ice, create a festive vibe and leave lasting impressions on your staff. If your company prides itself on its culture than nailing the Christmas party styling is something you should focus on. 

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6 Conference Trends You Need To Know

If you haven’t been to a conference in a few years you’re in for a big surprise. These once stiff, white-collared, corporate events are changing, and have seriously raised the bar on everything from styling to attendee engagement. 

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Avoid These 6 Staging Mistakes That Make Your Audience Lose Interest

6 Staging Mistakes To AvoidThere are 5 fundamentals of staging a successful event. Audio, Lighting, Vision, Staging, and Content. With all eyes on the stage, it's one of the most important elements you need to get right because unlike AV, you can't just 'tweak' it on the day. The stage is a major element when planning successful corporate events. Everyone will eventually look towards the stage, and your intent is to keep the audience focused on the message you’re delivering. While an involved audience is the goal, we know there are various factors that can make the audience lose interest - causing you to lose out on money, prospective customers, and possible partnerships. 

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