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Category Archives: Case Studies: Live Events with Fotobabble
The Creators Project Debuts in San Francisco, Infusing Art, Music, Film, and Technology
By Stonia Seng I was very fortunate to attend The Creators Project, an event that infuses art, technology, music, and film seamlessly. The Creators Project started as a partnership between Intel and Vice to intertwine art and technology. The event … Continue reading
Live from the SXSW Talking Photo Booth…
Fotobabble is still going strong at SXSW. Our Talking Photo Booth has been visited by vikings, fortune tellers, artists, and seriously creative app inventors. Hear their latest ideas and SXSW sound bytes in our Talking Photo Booth highlights below: There’s … Continue reading
Fotobabble’s Talking Photo Booth #747 at SXSW in Austin! Stop on by!
We are having a blast at South by Southwest in Austin! Stop by our Talking Photo Booth #747 and have a chance to win a new iPad3! Check out some of the great Fotobabbles below we have captured at SXSW. … Continue reading
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Get Mobile with the iPhone Fotobabble App – Energize Events and More
The iPhone Fotobabble App lets you to capture the energy and excitement of concerts, trade shows, parties, and other events in real-time and share it via social media. With the App, you can take pictures of event attendees and capture … Continue reading
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Extending the Reach of Live Events with Fotobabble
Live events are the perfect way to bring like-minded people together for a few hours or days. Concerts, festivals, parties and conference create instant community, but their attendance time frame are necessarily limited. What if you could extend the life … Continue reading