The technology you use impresses no one. The experience you create with it is everything.” – Sean Gerety.
As the event industry is growing leaps and bounds, you, as an event speaker, act as a significant deciding factor in how the event will turn out. In 2022, speakers are upgrading by learning how to leverage the latest event tech, software and gadgets to deliver a life-changing experience to the audience!
Before you move on to preparing notes and getting ready to speak at an event, take a breather and look at the latest event tech trends every speaker must make use of.
Create Large-Scale Shared Experiences With Live Translation
After the pandemic, people have woken up to realize the importance of being connected. The turbulent times have instilled a stronger need to share experiences with the rest of the world. So, as an event speaker, you can expand your scope by enabling knowledge transfer with audiences who do not speak your native language. This way, you can even spark interest amongst international audiences!
Live translation in the event space will help you break all language barriers to cultivate a diverse and inclusive experience that offers event attendees a sense of global connectedness.
Live translation for events is available in two formats:
Remote Language Interpretation – The Remote Simultaneous Interpretation Technology
enables expert interpreters to translate in real-time during demos, speeches or presentations from anywhere.
Closed Captions – Various captioning technologies like automatic speech recognition (ASR), human captioning and machine-translated captions provide attendees with a visual aid to understand the content in their preferred language.
Where to find: Platforms like Interprefy integrate with event apps to make multilingual exchanges in the truest sense possible!
Going Live Made Easier: Schedule Sessions for Your Audience
Throughout 2021 and 2022, event companies have made tremendous tech event management advancements in offering live streaming to accommodate virtual attendees. What if you can sync in-person and virtual audiences in multiple locations and effortlessly integrate live and pre-recorded sessions? Sounds too good to be true? It’s true!
With concepts like Simulive, an amalgamation of simulation and live broadcast, you can record a video in advance and schedule it as per the event time to go live. In addition, it gives attendees the feel of a live session as the options for polls, Q&As and chats are available.
Where to find: Platforms like Nunify help you mitigate the risk of failing to merge and play multiple videos live. You can pre-record sessions and schedule when to go live in front of your audience at hybrid and virtual events.