17-19 Aug 2022
ICC, Sydney

IglooVision Immersive Lounge - Free Program
17-19 August 2022

Immerse yourself in the workspace of the future. Visit the IglooVision Immersive Lounge to catch a glimpse of how we will work and learn in the future.

17-19 August 2022
Show Floor
10:00am - 4:30pm
Free

At Integrate 2022, experience the future of collaboration. Immersive workspaces create a destination for teams to get the most out of their face-to-face time and better connect with remote workers. They’re used with all kinds of content: 360° videos and images, immersive live streams, CAD and BIM visualisations, and much more. They can even improve your use of tools like the Microsoft and Google suites.

Visit the Igloo Immersive Lounge at Integrate to see all of this in action – this technology demonstrator is where you can experience the latest AV innovations for a post-Covid world.

All attendees can attend a free daily program, with brand presentations and demonstrations. Program details below.

Free Program

Wednesday 17 August 2022

In this session you can see how local and remote participants can collaborate using digital whiteboard tools like Miro and Mural. Scan a code on your phone to join the digital workspace. You can watch as remote participants generate and organise ideas on the fly, like everyone is in the same room.

Also see how immersive technology brings data off the page, better enabling people to understand not just 3D but also 2D data. You’ll get to see...
• Live examples of CAD visualisation - experience using an immersive space to build a better world.
• How large format displays are being used for more immersive presentations and why companies are immersing themselves in data and digital twins.
• How the health industry is using immersive spaces to better train nurses and doctors, and why simulation in healthcare is taking off.

Learn how you can use virtual tour platforms to get people to hard-to-reach places. Find out...
• How schools are using Google Street View to take students on virtual field trips to places like the British museum, Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat
• How utility and mining companies are using Google Earth in an immersive way to plan future works without the time and cost of a survey
• How real estate visualisation tools like Matterport have been adapted for engineering, retail and education uses
• You can ask a host to instantly jump to a location and move around just like you’re there

Immersive technology offers whole new ways to let people safely practise tasks that are otherwise too dangerous, or too expensive, to carry out for real. Come along and experience starting up an oil refinery or managing a team of fire fighters.

It’s not only about blue collar training though - see how immersive spaces are being used to train our next generation of leaders.

The space will give regular live demos of these training tools. You can see first-hand how video conferencing tools like Zoom rooms can use multiple displays to create extra wide 50-person gallery views, or three local and/or remote laptops displayed on the screen at once.

With many staff working primarily on laptops these days, many meeting rooms are adapting. They now offer the ability to not only share a laptop’s screen but also use a room’s high-end camera and audio equipment while hosting the call on your laptop.
• See how a single cable can be used to power the laptop, share the laptop screen to in room and remote participants, as well as send and receive audio and video from high-end mics, speakers and cameras.
• Come and experience first-hand the latest in audio and video over IP technology like Dante and NDI and how they are transforming meeting spaces.

See a live 360° video calls to a roaming portable 360° camera running over 4/5G. Here you will learn how groups of people can be virtually walk around remote locations like factories, refineries, medical facilities that may be dangerous or difficult to get to.

There are a huge number of different immersive technologies out there. Come and ask an expert about...
• Display Technologies – Learn about the pros and cons of different immersive display technologies like LED walls and projection.
• Interaction Technologies - The best ways to integrate touch control in an immersive space and when you should use a LIDAR sensor, camera-based tracking, a touch foil or a laser curtain.
• The best ways to keep perspective correct when projecting onto flat walls, curves or even the floor.

Thursday 18 August 2022

In this session you can see how local and remote participants can collaborate using digital whiteboard tools like Miro and Mural. Scan a code on your phone to join the digital workspace. You can watch as remote participants generate and organise ideas on the fly, like everyone is in the same room.

Also see how immersive technology brings data off the page, better enabling people to understand not just 3D but also 2D data. You’ll get to see...
• Live examples of CAD visualisation - experience using an immersive space to build a better world.
• How large format displays are being used for more immersive presentations and why companies are immersing themselves in data and digital twins.
• How the health industry is using immersive spaces to better train nurses and doctors, and why simulation in healthcare is taking off.

Learn how you can use virtual tour platforms to get people to hard-to-reach places. Find out...
• How schools are using Google Street View to take students on virtual field trips to places like the British museum, Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat
• How utility and mining companies are using Google Earth in an immersive way to plan future works without the time and cost of a survey
• How real estate visualisation tools like Matterport have been adapted for engineering, retail and education uses
• You can ask a host to instantly jump to a location and move around just like you’re there

Immersive technology offers whole new ways to let people safely practise tasks that are otherwise too dangerous, or too expensive, to carry out for real. Come along and experience starting up an oil refinery or managing a team of fire fighters.

It’s not only about blue collar training though - see how immersive spaces are being used to train our next generation of leaders.

The space will give regular live demos of these training tools. You can see first-hand how video conferencing tools like Zoom rooms can use multiple displays to create extra wide 50-person gallery views, or three local and/or remote laptops displayed on the screen at once.

With many staff working primarily on laptops these days, many meeting rooms are adapting. They now offer the ability to not only share a laptop’s screen but also use a room’s high-end camera and audio equipment while hosting the call on your laptop.
• See how a single cable can be used to power the laptop, share the laptop screen to in room and remote participants, as well as send and receive audio and video from high-end mics, speakers and cameras.
• Come and experience first-hand the latest in audio and video over IP technology like Dante and NDI and how they are transforming meeting spaces.

See a live 360° video calls to a roaming portable 360° camera running over 4/5G. Here you will learn how groups of people can be virtually walk around remote locations like factories, refineries, medical facilities that may be dangerous or difficult to get to.

Friday 19 August 2022

In this session you can see how local and remote participants can collaborate using digital whiteboard tools like Miro and Mural. Scan a code on your phone to join the digital workspace. You can watch as remote participants generate and organise ideas on the fly, like everyone is in the same room.

Also see how immersive technology brings data off the page, better enabling people to understand not just 3D but also 2D data. You’ll get to see...
• Live examples of CAD visualisation - experience using an immersive space to build a better world.
• How large format displays are being used for more immersive presentations and why companies are immersing themselves in data and digital twins.
• How the health industry is using immersive spaces to better train nurses and doctors, and why simulation in healthcare is taking off.

Immersive technology offers whole new ways to let people safely practise tasks that are otherwise too dangerous, or too expensive, to carry out for real. Come along and experience starting up an oil refinery or managing a team of fire fighters.

It’s not only about blue collar training though - see how immersive spaces are being used to train our next generation of leaders.

The space will give regular live demos of these training tools. You can see first-hand how video conferencing tools like Zoom rooms can use multiple displays to create extra wide 50-person gallery views, or three local and/or remote laptops displayed on the screen at once.

Learn how you can use virtual tour platforms to get people to hard-to-reach places. Find out...
• How schools are using Google Street View to take students on virtual field trips to places like the British Museum, Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat
• How utility and mining companies are using Google Earth in an immersive way to plan future works without the time and cost of a survey
• How real estate visualisation tools like Matterport have been adapted for engineering, retail and education uses
• You can ask a host to instantly jump to a location and move around just like you’re there

See a live 360° video calls to a roaming portable 360° camera running over 4/5G. Here you will learn how groups of people can be virtually walk around remote locations like factories, refineries, medical facilities that may be dangerous or difficult to get to.

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