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Zoom Meeting with TRUE Audience Engagement

ZoomTestKitchen
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

If you've tried to create engaging activities for your Zoom Meetings and Events you know how much of a challenge it can be. We've hired dueling pianos, dancers, musicians, etc. and they all still just feel like we're in the audience and not part of the activity.

This is the reason I'm posting... this event provides and delivers TRUE audience engagement.

 

You're invited to come and witness it for yourself.

 

This comes from a post regarding tonight's event...

 

If you want to witness and experience a TRUE online audience engagement experience, you definitely want to be a part of the "Telematic Collisions" performance this evening at 7:30 pm eastern.

 

These are classically trained musicians, who are remotely located from one another, combining some very high-level technology, that not only sounds and looks amazing, but invites audience engagement that is sure to blow your mind.

 

You can register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYtd-utqzstGtOKTudzEdxq0mwEv6KT4y8X?fbclid=IwAR2J8j5Ob6K_q...

 

#zoomfatigue (NOT A CHANCE)

#zoom #voxviola #classicalmusic #musicians #technology #experience #engagement

 

Jeff Widgren | Host of the Zoom Test Kitchen
@ZoomTestKitchen


2 REPLIES 2

Jameswalter
Contributor I
Contributor I

You can increase audience engagement with following:

Use builds on your slides. 
Show a short video clip.
Show a website. 
Capture follow up ideas. 
Poll the participants. 
Use the chat feature. 
Show the impact of changes. 
Stop sharing your slides.

 

Regards,
John

ZoomTestKitchen
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

So, this event I posted about above provided a great musical performance on Saturday evening and a very unique way to invite audience participation, allowing attendees to paint the screen and create music just by moving their hands left-right-up-down. It was pretty cool. Here's a link that includes a timestamp to where the interactivity begins.

https://youtu.be/s0SD10FaiJo?t=2488

 

Jeff Widgren | Host of the Zoom Test Kitchen
@ZoomTestKitchen