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CREATING THE ̶W̶O̶R̶L̶D̶ EVENT: LOOKING BACK

Zuzana Vrzalová | 16. 5. 2019

Sometimes it´s quite interesting and informative to look back at the event you have organized and make a small summary.

The follow-up after the event is very important for evaluating, but also organizing a new edition. However, sometimes it´s difficult to find enough time for that in the flood of new tasks. Despite this, we are bringing you interesting results and comparisons with the previous year's "Event, where you will discover your sixth sense", which took place in January 2018.

52% of the participants completed the questionnaire after the event, which is a good sample. We were pleased that almost 90% of respondents were satisfied with the event and the event met or exceeded their expectations. 11% of respondents were missing something, which gives us more space for improvement.

We were also interested in what form of event suited you more. Whether the form of the exhibition with a free visit time, as was the case with the Sixth Sense of 2018, or a form of story with a limited arrival time. Although we originally thought that the free time of the arrival would win, it turned out that both results were fairly balanced, and the form of the story even suited a little more. It was also a surprise that 71% were new visitors who did not visit the "Sixth Sense" in 2018.

But even better than any questionnaire, video can express the feelings from the action. Our visitors were asked to try the presenters' work at the TV studio and at the same time they could comment the event. And to make the video not too long, we edited it a bit ;-)

AND WHAT WERE THE INTERACTIVE STATIONS THAT VISITORS VISITED?

1. LED CAVE

  • Led walls from almost all sides, very effective solution for the festive entrance
  • Content customized to the event: for example, you could see a visualization of an empty hall with several ways of space layout
  • At the end the front LED wall opened to allow access to the next station
  • More information about the kinetic LED wall HERE

2. PARADISE GARDEN

  • Demonstration of how the decoration and the right lighting can make the space more comfortable
  • 3 metal trees with integrated benches served as the main decoration
  • Two bio fireplaces underlined the pleasant atmosphere
  • The background was the Karga exhibition system with a backlit garden motif

3. VIRTUAL REALITY

  • At this site, we showed visitors how they can be transferred to prehistoric times and eaten by a dinosaur
  • Presentation of the possibilities of virtual reality and its solutions

4. EXHIBITION STAND

  • Showed modern trends in exhibitions
  • The process of entering the order and its whole process to the finished exhibition stand
  • At the end of the tour, there was a possibility to adjust the color of the backlight on the stand to change the atmosphere

5. FASHION SHOW

  • Also the fashion show can be held in PVA EXPO PRAGUE
  • Instead of real model there was her video projected onto the screen by a rear projection
  • Festive character of the fashion show was highlighted by a special light chandelier

6. CONFERENCE

  • The station showed the possibilities of various set-ups in PVA halls

7. TRACKING

  • This site was a maze of AV equipment cases
  • Visitors could use multicolored helmets and walk through the maze to the exit
  • Along the way, the colored light always watched visitors in accordance with the color of their helmet
  • Tracking is used, for example, to illuminate speakers at conferences – light automatically follows a speaker who can walk freely on the stage while still being lit

8. GALA DINNER

  • Visitors sat down at the horseshoe shaped table
  • Everybody had a dedicated place - the name was displayed on a mobile phone placed at a table place
  • You could also choose menu A or B on this mobile phone
  • According to their choice, there was served a small snack either with a UV glove waiter or off the ceiling directly in a glass flask

9. FOOD DECOR

  • 2 styles of Art Deco food decor and a magical garden were introduced on both sides of the red carpet

10. LIGHT SHOW

  • The light show featured screen projection, a large number of different types of lights and lasers with the necessary musical accompaniment

11. TV STUDIO

  • Two visitors from each group were given the opportunity to try the role of presenters in the TV studio
  • To facilitate the situation, they had readers available and could choose a background theme that was proceed instead of a green screen
  • Other visitors watched the big screen where was displayed a final look; as a bonus they could control the speed of the reader

12. GALLERY

  • The last station was a gallery of Exposale expositions and photos from realizations carried out at PVA EXPO PRAGUE

You can find more information HERE

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