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We love what they had to say about us:
3D Exhibits “has an in-house technology department that is expanding and spinning strong work at a time when most others outsource the digital side of their digital+live equation,” said Event Marketer.
EM specifically references our tablet-based custom applications. Many of our customers are using these tools for lead gen, to tailor content for each visitor, to record and analyze customer interests, and to time the length of interaction. (See examples of these solutions at http://bit.ly/11pIxji.)
If you’re interested in an update on where we’re going, read this interview with Gene Faut.
Thank you to all of our fabulous clients for bringing us the challenges that push us to the next level. We wouldn’t be where we are without you.COMMENTS
We’re excited about Windows 8. From lead collection to interactive games, Microsoft’s new operating system translates into increased functionality and improved cost efficiency for exhibitor interactives and lead gen systems. Plus, the hardware is lighter weight and has an increased battery life of—between 5 to 10 hours.
“With Windows 8, we can do more, and we can do it faster,” says Evan Plotkin, interactive technology manager, 3D Exhibits. As much as 20-30% faster, says Plotkin.
The reason behind this improvement is that Windows 8 is extremely touch-screen friendly. And easier to program for than the iPad operating system. Plus, the new crop of Windows-based tablets, including the Microsoft Surface Pro (full version of Windows 8 64bit), are more streamlined in design and better looking than ever.
Looks like the iPad may finally have some real competition as the exhibitor’s mobile tool of choice…COMMENTS
Kim Montanari, our technology manager, loves to wrap her hands—and her head—around a project. Nothing excites her more than creating a solution that another supplier has said can’t be done.
Push play on the video below to experience Kim’s “we can do that” attitude.COMMENTS
Interactive Technology is playing a key role in healthcare exhibiting.
Our own Michael Seymour wrote a feature story on this topic for the most recent HCEA newsletter. Read what Michael, Nicole Genarella (our v.p. of marketing), Chip Carman (Blue Telescope), and Maziar Farzam, (Inhance Digital) had to say here.
Jeff Bartle, our Chief Creative Officer, is all about the details. Jeff loves a challenge and nothing makes him happier than tying an exhibit design together with marketing and technology that achieve our client’s goals.
Push play on the video below to get to know Jeff a little better.COMMENTS