The Edible Selfie Booth from MakeLab brings to your event a laser cutting and engraving machine typically found only in architecture and design studios, and uses it to laser-caramelize attendee photos onto macarons and cookies.
Can’t decide if you should stick with the in-house AV team or hire a third-party provider? Will Curran and Brandt Krueger broke down the pros and cons of each at IMEX America during a Smart Monday session. Read on to see which strategy is best for your event.
Bishop-McCann partnered with neuroeconomics company Immersion Neuroscience to offer its “Return on Experience” event technology that registers the brain waves of attendees in real time so planners can design event programming that delivers maximum impact.
Discover how Global Gaming Expo (G2E)—the largest annual gathering of global, commercial and tribal gaming professionals in North America—uses smartphone app technology to keep its nearly 30,000 attendees on schedule and matched with suppliers.
Learn why digital display technology is one of the best ways to take your event to the next level. We explore what it can mean for branding, the attendee experience, sustainability and more.
In the Bahamas I was tasked with finding the coolest way to take a photo. I have been doing this program for about eight years with this client, so they have seen it all. However, one photo booth opportunity in particular stood out to me … so much that I had to share it with you all!
Podcasting is a simple and often very low-cost strategy to create engagement with clients, potential clients, members of professional associations and others who may be interested in your organization or event. Here is an inexpensive guide to help you start a podcast of your own.
The Tattoo Printer is a modern, high-tech substitute for your standard tattoo station. It's a huge time-saver and also a great branding opportunity. Find out why The Tattoo Printer is #mcapproved.
Meeting and event technology giant Cvent added 3D interactive floor plans for the thousands of venues in its database and launched the Cvent Community online network for planners. The news was announced at its annual Cvent Connect conference in Las Vegas.
Ross Simmonds explains why artificial intelligence tools are the future and how meeting professionals can start using them to plan better events.