MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, November 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The way we present in the corporate world has hardly changed for decades, even though the technology of today offers many exciting solutions.
"The presentations in conference rooms are often lacking in quality and unsuccessful in reaching their audience," says Dominic Spaeth, founder of the LEBEMAN group and CEO of INSCALE, the original presentation agency.
It's all about letting the audience have control over their consumption. Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality presentations allow individuals to actively engage with the information, and allow them to forge the connection between the physical and digital worlds. All of a sudden, two-dimensional objects come to life!
"You automatically spend more time engaging with and critically examining the content. While classic 2D presentations are in constant competition with the surrounding visual environment, AR and VR presentations make the audience member an active participant. Through flawless virtual immersion, the individual has an emotional experience, which increases dopamine levels and leads to a stronger pattern of memory."
Spaeth recognized this opportunity for creating lasting memories and communicating more effectively than seen in the presentation techniques used today.
Many of INSCALEs international clients are already making use of the new technological opportunities of AR and VR in their workplace. However, they continue to look for support and advice on how to effectively use this technology to get their message across or further their brand. This is where INSCALE offers a considered Virtual and Augmented Reality strategy to get the desired results.
Classic presentations as we know them are slowly dying out; PowerPoint is one platform among many, and we don't expect it to last forever. Don't be the company who has to play catch-up in a few years. Getting an early start is the key to being successful in this ever-changing digital world.
Dominic Spaeth was no model student. Instead, his heart was in the business world, which is why he started his first business, Palm Tree Design, at the young age of 16. Getting early business experience proved to be valuable, as Spaeth founded LEBEMAN in 2014 and acquired the brand INSCALE in the same year. Recently, his company Palmtree Ventures began investing in AR/VR start-ups to encourage young business owners to make their ideas a reality.
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SOURCE LEBEMAN GmbH