Event AV Technology

4 Key Pieces of Event AV Technology You Need to Know About

Are you planning an event? Do you want to make a big impact? Often the way to make the biggest splash is with some key pieces of AV event technology. But technology moves so fast, so how do you know which equipment is worth investing in, and which you should leave to the side? Here are some of the standard AV setups that can make a big difference to your event.

  1. High-Quality LED Screens

LED screens are perfect for displaying images with the upmost clarity, and helping to grab the audience’s attention from a distance. You also need a screen that is good for viewing up close. LED screens can be flat or curved, or even shaped into a variety of other configurations. You can use these screens to build personalised and individual displays that immediately make an impact. Large screens are essential for showing information to large audiences but they also serve many other purposes. LED screens are the perfect backdrop for display stands. You can also get solutions that incorporate 3D images, and touch screens.

  1. Interactive Screens

Nowadays it is easier than ever to build a display or put on entertainment at an event which incorporates interactive and touch screens. In fact, it is an expected factor in technology that there will be some interactive element. Touch screens and tablets bring an extra element to your display or to your event. You can use them to integrate attendees into the experience, to impart information, or to make it easier for attendees to customise their experience. A good Audio Visual Equipment Supplier will be able to advise you on the type of interactive technology available and how it can be incorporated into your event experience.

  1. Digital Signage

Practically no modern event uses static signs to inform and direct. Digital signage is essential for making sure that everyone gets information that is up-to-date and relevant. The main advantage of digital signage is you can change the message and the information whenever you need to, from a central point. But they also look better. They attract more attention and bring extra benefits to the event by standing out, becoming talking points, and looking more professional.

  1. Live Streaming & Webcasting

Get your message out to a wider audience by live streaming content so everyone can experience the best parts of your event. You can also incorporate webcasts and streaming so you can use content after the event as part of your marketing collateral.


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