An event may last for several hours. As such, it has a beginning a middle and an end. Planning the trajectory or arc of the event for your media will greatly contribute to the success of the event.
Though it is possible to pre-load all your content and let eObjx remix it through the night, why not consider staging when, how much and what content you should introduce into the mix during the event.
This, in conjunction with your guests contributions, can dramatically offer relevancy and excitement throughout the entire duration of the event.
eObjx will do the mix, you add the content fire and let the event ignite.
The world is abuzz with Software as a Service (SaaS) which eObjx is, but better described as Entertainment as a Service (EaaS). An entertainment that you turn on at the beginning of your event and leave running until the event is concluded.
During that time eObjx is continually creating new entertainments from the content supplied by you and your guests/attendees while completely unattended – intelligently and automatically.
eObjx can now play a YouTube Livestream as a peer object integrated into the playback of: images, gifs and videos. You can broadcast from your event – with webcam, video cam or even mobile phone via YouTube with someone roaming the event.
In fact, you could have several Livestreams playing one at a time or concurrently. This opens the door to integrating simultaneous events or perspectives happening at the same time.
As with any object in an eObjx, you can also double-click and go full screen with your Livestream and then switch back to a playback.
Livestreaming could not be easier. When you setup your eObjx event, also set up the YouTube Livestream event and then supply the URL to eObjx. That’s it. We do the rest.
eObjx continues to evolve with ever changing eye candy. Today we are introducing two new effects: Ken Burns and Fades . A Ken Burns effect takes an image and continuously zooms in on it from various aspects, thus adding life to an other still image. Fades affect how images appear and disappear. Both effects are synchronized with the variable length media contained in the eObjx.
It is always important to remember that an eObjx event is solely dependent upon the content added – that means YOU. Let it be whatever you wish it to be. eObjx will react and evolve.
It has been really interesting developing and introducing eObjx to the world. There’s nothing really quite like it to compare it to.
How exactly do you describe new event technology when it isn’t an application, doesn’t require any downloads, and no sign-ins are necessary?! A potential reseller overseas recently asked us – “How does it really work?” – clearly indicating that he isn’t comfortable in a non-app world. Oh, what to do with something totally new.
In today’s world, most customers – event planners and event producers in our case – are most comfortable with what they already know. We’ve had a myriad of demos with event agencies and party planners and nearly all have said the same thing – “You’re right, this is new” and “I haven’t seen anything like it.” Of course they too are stumped with what words to use to describe it.
So here’s our best shot – eObjx is an instant and automatic mixed media entertainment lifeform created by your event’s videos and photos.
All we know is … It isn’t a photo booth. It isn’t a social wall.
There, how’d we do? If you’ve got a better way to explain it, we’re all ears.
With every event the entertainment ranks high in consideration. The band, the DJ, the magician, etc. But the best entertainment is already there – you and your guests. Give them the power to do so immediately with what’s in their hands and eObjx.
As soon as they take a photo or create a video it will be up for all to enjoy and likely encourage others to join and create the event mashup of their lives.
Disintermediation is the power the internet brought and took away. Your brand now relegated to posts on who knows which social wasteland. You don’t need a social wall. You need your wall – an eObjx wall.
eObjx gives you the power. It is solely in your control. What happens in your venue/event – stays in your venue/event.
Why have your patrons blast out to the world and then your recover it simply to create a social wall. Why not have them contribute directly and solely to your wall. Get Social out of the way. Change the paradigm.