Xplorer Virtual Tour by concept3D launches at Texas A&M University

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2017 10:20:20 AM / by Sam Slater posted in Xplorer Virtual Tour

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Texas A&M University is among the first to launch concept3D's new virtual tour software: Xplorer Virtual Tour, a powerful VR-enabled system that Texas A&M is using to give visitors an impressive and realistic way to experience campus life from anywhere in the world. Xplorer makes it easy and fun for visitors to explore Texas A&M on their own terms and at their own pace, and the system is easy to update and customize. 

Xplorer Virtual Tour can be utilized for its capabilities as a stand alone system, or as an add-on module to concept3D's CampusBird interactive map platform - used by hundreds of universities, colleges and schools.

 

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What are meeting planners really looking for?

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 10, 2017 8:35:00 AM / by Sam Slater posted in Convention Centers, Virtual Reality

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With so many options to choose from for convention centers, theaters, and other event spaces, luring event planners really comes down to two things: presence and convenience. While both may seem like standard procedure for convention centers and other large-scale event venues, it’s important to think about how the message is coming across to the event planner. Are they aware of perks that speak to their organization or clientele? How hands-off will their event be once the doors open? How easy it is to find that perfect space and get all of their needs met?

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How Retirement Communities Can Benefit from Interactive Maps

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 23, 2017 8:30:00 AM / by Sam Slater posted in retirement community, retirement community technology

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Mass General Hospital Launches atlas3D-Powered Interactive Campus Map

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 21, 2017 6:00:00 AM / by Sam Slater

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concept3D is excited to announced that Massachusetts General Hospital has launched a new interactive campus map powered by our atlas3D platform. 

With atlas3D, the Massachusetts General Hospital’s campus is built atop Google Maps in detailed, 3D models and navigable by desktop and mobile, giving online visitors the ability to find their way to the campus, locate parking, and get walking directions.

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Convention Centers Using Virtual Reality as a Sales Tool

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 3, 2017 10:51:56 AM / by Chris Munz posted in convention centers, virtual reality, sales

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The buzz around virtual reality is drawing attention worldwide, which begs the question for convention center professionals: How can I incorporate this modern technology into our marketing efforts?

Because VR is endlessly customizable, including VR content as a sales tool can be an extremely effective way to create an immersive experience and get your message into the hands of event organizers and meeting planners.

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concept3D Welcomes Bob O'Melia as VP of Business Development

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 14, 2017 11:08:41 AM / by Sam Slater posted in healthcare, atlas3D, health centers

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concept3D is pleased to welcome Bob O'Melia to the team. O'Melia joins concept3D as Vice President of Business Development.

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Five Trends That Will Impact Convention Centers in 2017

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 25, 2017 1:00:49 AM / by Editor posted in atlas3D, atlas3D, convention centers, Interactive Maps, Trends

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By: Chris Munz 

The conference and meetings industries are in an exciting place right now. Technology is sweeping through every part of events - from the concept stage to automatically generated following-up messages to attendees - drastically changing how venues and organizers plan, set up, and execute. The overall goal is to get attendees engaged and excited long before they walk in the door. Create a memorable experience!

Convention centers can be at the forefront of tech changes on a large scale; changes that make conferences, trade shows, and other big events more interactive, flexible, and enjoyable. Because at the end of the day it’s all about improving the customer experience. The concept3D team did some thinking and here are five trends that we think will impact convention centers in 2017.

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Shell Point Retirement Community Launches 3D, VR-Ready Interactive Map

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 2, 2017 11:00:49 PM / by Editor posted in Assisted Living, atlas3D, Campus, Interactive Map, Shell Point Retirement Community, Virtual Tour

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Florida’s Largest Retirement Community Taps atlas3D Platform to Improve Resident and Guest Experience with Interactive Media, 3D Models, Wayfinding and Virtual Tours

concept3D is excited to announce that Shell Point, the largest single-site continuing care retirement community in Florida and among the largest lifecare communities in the world, has launched our atlas3D platform.

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The Convention Center Industry is Advancing Fast

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 9, 2016 12:14:03 PM / by Editor posted in atlas3D, Convention Center Industry, Guest Experience, IAVM, ICCC, Safety, Security, Space Management Tech

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By: Chris Munz

I recently returned from IAVM’s International Convention Center Conference (ICCC) in Pasadena. It was a great event, and I learned a lot from both the speakers and from the colleagues who I got to meet for the first time or get to know a little bit better. The convention center industry is vibrant and fun to be a part of!

Here are a few of my big take-aways from the event.

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atlas3D Platform Powering Minnesota HS Cycling League Maps

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 20, 2016 2:10:39 PM / by Editor posted in atlas3D

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In Austin, Minnesota, a group of high school students, dressed in mountain biking gear, stand in in a semi-circle, gazing at a cell phone. While it may look like they are watching a YouTube video or checking social media, they’re actually using atlas3D’s map technology to scope out the terrain for their upcoming race.

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