This Saturday and Sunday come out and test drive the New Dodge Dart to enter for your chance to win a trip for 2 to the iHeartRadio Music Festival. One grand prize winner will also win a brand new Dodge Dart customized by one of the festivals performers.
First 300 people to test drive will receive a $10 Tempe Marketplace gift card. Everyone who test drives will be eligible for a trip to Las Vegas for the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Fun Music Party all weekend in the big air conditioned tent at Tempe Marketplace. Cold drinks, music, giveaways…what more can you ask for?
On Saturday, August 4th from 9am until 3pm Mix 96.9 will be on-site at Tempe Marketplace for the Dodge Dart Road to the iHeart Music Festival.
Endless Entertainment provided the event production including the lighting, sound, tenting, and logistics for this event.
This is one of our favorite interactive items for an event in the entire world, and they are called the Zygote Interactive Balls.
Zygote is a large, lightweight, helium filled, inflatable ball that responds to motion through human touch. Tap it, bounce or punch it and the Zygote Ball reacts by changing colour as it floats through the air.
Zygotes are perfect for concerts, promotions or any event with a large energetic crowd. They transform the space into a multi-dimensional, interactive playground, and create a shared experience.
More complex interaction is also possible. In real time, the crowd can affect music, and video or graphics shown on venue screens by simply interacting with Zygotes. The balls can also be preset to show specific patterns of coloured light. A ‘live light mix’ at the venue using wireless control is also possible.
Whatever the option, Zygotes are capable of generating an almost infinite number of color combinations.
Pixal Paint allows you to literally paint digital pixels with invisible light. Pixal Paint uses a rear projection screen and custom paint program to create life size art. A customizable user interface is provided that enables the user to work with the digital paint in a wide palette of paint colors, brush shapes, line size, and more. Images can be loaded as a background so users can easily paint like a coloring page, or allows for custom branding with logos or themes. After the user creates their art they can print a copy onsite or save it to the computer. The system allows young and old to bring out their creative side and is very easy to use. You have never seen anything like this before!
Pixal Paint is perfect for any event; large to small the screen size can be as small as a 5×7 to a giant 10×30.
Pixal Paint is perfect for:
- Sweet 16s
- Corporate Events
- Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
- Product promotional events
- Trade shows
Some of our favorite features:
Photo Upload: Pixal Paint’s newest feature allows guest to take a picture of themselves and load it onto the screen. They then can add to the photo with their creativity and humor to bring the photo to life!
Facebook Upload: Allows the client to directly upload any pictures created on Pixal Paint straight to their personal or business Facebook page.
Branding: Brand the screen with logo’s, the print out has a side bar for event name, date, etc. The cans can be customized for the event with images or photos.
Beth Watson currently lives in Mesa Arizona with her husband and 2 wonderful children. Her all time favorite client’s at Pixal Paint shows are the ones who are to embarrassed to draw and with a little push and encouragement she gets to see their face light up when they finally let go and let their creative freedom flow. She manages clients all over the United States and World Wide and is always dreaming up the next big idea for the entertainment industry.
Collaborative consumption is an idea that has exploded since it was first covered by Time Magazine as one of their ‘10 ideas to save the world’ back in 2011. The idea is at the core of the hugely popular AirBnB, and now forms a central aspect of fast-growing start-up, Hire Space (www.hirespace.com). Collaborative Consumption asks individuals to share their own possessions, partly through a desire to be part of a sharing community, but more critically due to a need to get more, financially, out of their possessions. Someone who owns a home no longer needs to leave their largest resource standing empty when they go on holiday, instead they can earn an income and be part of Airbnb’s dynamic community. Hire Space works on the same idea, but for communal spaces and small businesses; giving organisations the chance to gain economically from their underused office spaces, sports facilities, recording studios, or even roof terraces.
What does the consumer get from collaborative consumption? To start with they too get to be part of these great online communities, sharing experiences and views, but more importantly, they get access to fantastic locations. Locations that they hadn’t previously even heard of, let alone thought of booking. And of course, for the customer too there is an economic benefit, after all if the space is being used all the time owners can afford to lower prices and give the consumer more for their dollar. The world can already access Airbnb and Tradepal, but you will have to wait a little longer for the newest offering, Hire Space is currently just based in London, England but we will be launching worldwide soon so keep your eyes peeled.
Hire Space is an innovative website that helps the public book publicly-available space for events, sports, business, exhibitions, performances and more. Backed by the team behind Top Table, it is signing up venues now ahead of a public launch in September 2012.
Using a laser, a projector and a bit of software programming you can draw right onto a gigantic skyscraper. Later this week, we will be posting on our article on how we can use a very similar technology to create digital graffiti for your next event.
Days of building, and hours of planning resulted in one of the largest concert events in the entire country. Large scale events like this are not possible without having a great company to build it.
10 Mind Blowing Event Posters (written by Eve Whillier)
The moment a Graphic Designer is handed a project to design a poster for a party, they realize that their whole career has led up to that design. This one project unleashes the raw creativity built up from years of professional identities and standard stationary designs that are just not capable of feeding that inner crazy. Posters promoting parties will always have their own niche in design. Commonly they consist of: model(s), photoshop light effects around model(s), and a variation of text sizes and weights. Above are ten astounding posters that managed to get away from the norm.
Eve Whillier is a graphic designer, born and raised in Waterloo, Canada, Eve grew up in a household of 3 Graphic Designers. She got her first job as a Graphic Designer when she was 16 at a printing company and has worked there ever since. Working full time, she continues to chip away at her schooling using whatever time she has left to learn the art of photography.