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November December 2017

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22 | Ignitemag.ca | November | December 2017 Dome Tents Festivals and activations are shift- ing from the traditional enormous clear span tent and into multiple dome shaped tents. This not only allows a unique look from the out- side, it also breaks large groups up into smaller groups. Each tent can be customized for the expe- rience, offering guests multiple locations to discover throughout the event itself. The shape of these tents also allows for more opportunity to project onto the tent itself adding a unique decor element to the interior. Augmented Reality The events industry has been struggling with virtual reality and how to apply it in a large group setting. Luckily, that solution is finally here. Augmented reality allows organizers to create a cus- tom message that guests can see with their own devices. They are no longer immersed solely in an environment, rather the environ- ment is enhanced around them. Liz Nutting CSEP, Production Canada PLAYFUL AND BRIGHT YELLOW, PINK, ORANGE AND LIME METALLIC NEUTRALS element to the interior. PROGRESSIVE EVENTS Designing events so that guests move to di‡erent locations throughout ensures the pace of the party picks up every time you transition. colour TRENDS Crafts and craftsmanship have become an antidote to the digital world, elevating the basics and the importance of gathering communities in real life. The Artisian (a.k.a. the Maker Movement): Diane Julien Really Fabulous Event Company TESTIMONIAL The new event participant will be connected, in control, living in the moment and having it their way. –Diane Julien PHOTO: FREEDOMES

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