Tweet Roundup: #Eventprofs on Twitter
Happy Monday event profs we hope you’re rested after the weekend and if you were working on an event we hope it was hugely successful! We are here again with our Twitter roundup featuring tweets concerning some of the hottest topics from the past week.
This week the event industry is talking about the Super Bowl, venues you should be keeping an eye on in London, how 360 degree video will overtake VR, the take over of the smart smartphone and an incredible ice sculpture!
Super Bowl Sunday
There is no escaping news of the Super Bowl which was held in Texas yesterday and renowned for its half time shows as much as it is for being one of the most exciting games in the sporting calendar. We love this time-lapse showing the incredible efficiency of everyone that works to make the Super Bowl half time show world renowned - something we should all aspire to in our own events.
— Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) February 6, 2017
Hot Venues in London
Bankside, home to the Southbank Centre, London Eye, Tate Modern, Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast amongst a host of trendy restaurants, is a hugely popular location in London for event planners. One Embankment is one such venue and we love this snapshot into its interior from a themed event.
— One Embankment (@oneembankment) February 6, 2017
360 Degree Live Video
The untapped potential of 360 degree live video in the shadow of VR is about to be realised. While VR requires specialist requirement and raw computing power, 360 degree live video requires any device with access to the internet. Let’s find out the applications for events.
— Event Manager Blog (@EventMB) February 6, 2017
Look into the Future
Smartphones that can interact with the outside world, think, feel and see… this could be closer than we think. How? EMB tells us.
— EMC Event Courses (@eventcourses) February 6, 2017
Love this amazing custom-made ice sculpture for Make Events’ director’s birthday - a fabulous example of how entertainment is used to facilitate fantastic parties!
— Make Events (@MakeEvents) February 6, 2017