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Hybrid Events

What is a Hybrid Event?

One event, two experiences

A hybrid event is an event that takes place in a physical venue, while also being attended virtually by a live and sometimes interactive audience online.

 

The virtual audience could be viewing the stream via Facebook or YouTube, or could be attending the event and contributing via Zoom or Microsoft Teams, or both! A keynote speaker could be presenting from anywhere in the world, answering questions from a venue right here in Tasmania. 

Filming a Presentation

Physical event location

Headquarters, mission control, nerve centre, this is the event that your guests physically attend.

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External Streaming

Experience #2.

Your virtual event attendees can view multiple camera angles, both of the stage area and audience, they can view slideshow and video content and can clearly hear everything that is happening at the physical event location, from the comfort of their home, office, taxi, hotel, beach, spa... 

 

With a few extra steps, the attendees can contribute virtually with their own laptop, tablet or phone camera & inbuilt microphone, or if you would prefer, they can just type their questions into a chat box to be read out by someone else.

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Streaming

Have more people than you can fit in one room, but still want guests to gather in a venue? 

This is where we stream the event from the main location, to another and back again. Both rooms can be treated equally as the "main room", with an MC, presentations and even entertainment happening live in each space, streamed to the other.

 

The MC in room #1 introduces a presenter in room #2, then the MC in room #2 introduces the entertainment performing in room #1.

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External

Presenter

One event, two experiences

A hybrid event is an event that takes place in a physical venue, while also being attended virtually by a live and sometimes interactive audience online.

 

The virtual audience could be viewing the stream via Facebook or YouTube, or could be attending the event and contributing via Zoom or Microsoft Teams, or both! A keynote speaker could be presenting from anywhere in the world, answering questions from a venue right here in Tasmania.