WOWing your audience.
“We also use crowdbeamer during our weekly kick-start meetings on Monday morning,” Angelo Verroeye explains. “During these kick-start meetings, our members share experiences of the past week and challenges of the week ahead.
Crowdbeamer equally comes in handy during the workshops that we organize. These workshops are very interactive by nature, compared to meetings with PowerPoint presentations. Fortunately, crowdbeamer’s versatility is second to none. There is probably no better proof than the cooking workshop that we organized in the Foodies Arena kitchen during our kick-off event.
During that kick-off event, we had a video camera set up to film the chef at work from very close by and we projected the recording onto 2 large displays. As we had over 100 guests participating that night, it was by no means evident for everybody to view the recording. That’s why we connected crowdbeamer to the video camera and streamed the recording in real time to all smartphones in the audience. If I ever saw an audience WOWed, that was the time! Thanks to crowdbeamer, everybody could see from close at hand what the chef was doing. And even when guests moved from one room to another, they could continue to watch the cooking demonstration on their smartphones. Awesome!”