Join us in Orlando on June 11 where we'll bring together innovators from design, architecture, technology, live events, and art to discuss the dynamic results and incredible experiences that experiential design plays in business.
Watch what host Jeff Day has to say about what you can expect from TIDE.
In this moment of rapid change, where more technological ecosystems are interconnected, and the user experience has become crucially important, AV stakeholders need big-picture strategies, bold new ideas, and creative capital to plot the next chapters of growth.
Here are four key takeaways from TIDE 2019 in Orlando, Florida.
Multisensory engagement can help encode experiences even deeper in the memory banks. That’s why artists, designers, facility owners, and even the mayors of storied cities are turning to AV technologies to engage visitors, spark conversations, and encourage a reinvestment in place.
Tour TIDE’s Inspired Gallery for vivid examples of immersion in action.
Many live events are thrilling, but what makes an experience unforgettable? How can technology be used to deepen engagement? This inspired gallery highlights the technical strategies and imaginative blueprints behind mesmerizing experiential projects. These installations remind us that a little bit of whimsy goes a long way.
Tour the Inspired Gallery
The University of Texas at Dallas Public Interactives Research Lab studies new technologies that draw on developments in ubiquitous computing, public art, and environmental design to create new interactive public experiences.
TIDE workshop leaders Heidi Cooley, Dale MacDonald, Kristin Drogos, and Cassini Nazir, of the University of Texas at Dallas, share their approach to public interactives and technology.
Trey Courtney is the Chief Product Officer for Mood Media, the world’s leading in-store media solutions company that uses the right combination of sight, sound, scent, social and systems solutions to elevate the customer experience.
Trey talks about how Mood Media’s solutions elevate and evolve the experience to create greater emotional connections between brands and consumers.
Ryan Howard is the founder of Storied Systems, an audiovisual and media technology consultancy that designs systems, strategies, and environments for storytelling at human scale.
We asked him three questions on the unique value of AV in designing experiences:
Patrice Speed is the Executive Creative Director of Britelite Immersive, a creative technology agency that places people and brands at the center of immersive content-driven experiences.
Patrice took a few moments to talk about the latest technology Britelite is using for its clients.
TIDE speaker Bart Kresa is a Master Projection Designer who works in large-scale, high-end projection mapping. Bart founded BARTKRESA studio in 2006, a premier projection mapping company that specializes in developing one-of-a-kind experiences around the world.
Here are some of his insights on designing integrated experiences.
TIDE keynote speakers Miral Kotb & Srinivas Rao tap the power of misfits & out-of-the-box thinking to unlock new opportunities.
The Los Angeles Public Library’s new Digital Commons boasts a 28-foot-wide high-definition, direct view LED screen in a first-floor atrium, greeting visitors with a compelling loop of videos that tells the story about the institution and the community.
From lobbies of corporate enterprises to halls of museums to façades of buildings, incorporating dynamic digital experiences can be complex undertakings. Experience designers walk us through the process of working with key stakeholders, establishing appropriate audience experiences and creating inspiring designs.
People don’t want to know what a brand does, they want to know what it’s about. But what is indeed new and exciting are the ways that storytelling is combining new technological canvases with classically beautiful art forms to connect brands with audiences.
Storytelling is one thing. Then there’s storydoing. New York City-based Local Projects integrates physical design and digital media to bring stories to life. This motley mix of interdisciplinary thinkers, coders, and artists is bridging the worlds of experiential and exhibit design.
In this infographic, learn three steps AV/IT professionals can take to incrementally improve design processes by centering the needs of users, improving relationships with them along the way.
Museums may be great places to view art, but today’s cutting-edge digital artists may yearn to have their works displayed in alternative venues, like transportation hubs. New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Arts & Design’s Digital Arts Program offers such opportunities.
The emergence of truly immersive tech is no longer a novel concept—it’s here. These are some of the technologies that are reshaping the way we learn, work, and communicate.
Photo credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation
From a 360-degree immersive screen, to projection mapping, to the little touches that make a difference, a pro-AV team helps transform ideas into a new reality.
Mapping your concept and message to create the ultimate immersive experiences.