Our founders will be donating their time to run free creative innovation workshops (conducted over video call of course) to explore low cost, high impact tech-driven solutions to the Coronavirus challenge.
Coronavirus: Keeping audiences engaged when the doors are shut
It’s time to reverse the location-based entertainment model. If audiences can no longer come to you, why not go to them?
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An existential threat
Reverse the model
Technology has reached a point where it can enable the kinds of experiences that were unimaginable only a few years ago. More than 95% of UK households now have at least one smart device, and organisations with a dash of creative ingenuity can harness this to deliver immersive experiences in the home that maintain – or even deepen – the relationships we have with LBE organisations at a time when we are unable to visit them in person.
The so-called experience economy is characterised by the increasing desire to get out, go to places and enjoy doing more, all of which is ideal for LBE. That desire hasn’t gone away, but for the next few weeks and months – at least – we won’t be able to physically act on it. Instead there will be parents whose kids are climbing the walls; child-free housemates, couples and empty-nesters watching their 10th box-set of the day; all crying out for interesting ways to occupy their time and scratch that ‘experiential’ itch. Which is where the LBE organisations we know and love could step in, with a little help from immersive tech – the most experiential digital technologies around.
If you’re interested in exploring how immersive technology can help your organisation to weather the Coronavirus storm, kom in contact.