Tag: Marketing

  • Conference Presenting: Social TV, Augmented Reality Event and GameTech

    Gary is representing MUVEDesign at three conferences coming up that reflect the nature of the three keys areas of the business. At the TV Show Australia next week he is presenting about Social Television now and in the near future and how Inspiring the stories of tomorrow with social mediawill make TV truly and finally […]

  • 16 Key Augmented Reality Business Models

    A cross-post from Gary Hayes’s Personalizemedia Site (with permission!) … As promised a more specific ‘commercial’ follow up to my previous post on this topic which was more ‘story’ centric. I am developing and producing a range of Augmented Reality (or if you prefer AR, ‘blended or layered media’) applications at the moment. I have […]

  • Experience and Alternate Reality Design

    A cross-post from Gary’s main media site Personalizemedia Tran-social-media-play [tran-soc-shuh-mee-dee-uh-pley] noun, verb 1 noun – a new form, a means of collaborative communication through play in constructed shared ‘media-rich’ environments 2 verb – taking part in game-like activity across and within online and offline social networks and media portals. Can we truly create meaningful immersive […]

  • Virtual Worlds & Business: What’s The ROI?

    Below are my introduction slides from ad:tech 2009 earlier this week. It is such a short time (each panel is given 50 minutes) to cover such a vast area and myself, Jeff (habbo.com.au) and Mitch (SmallWorlds.com) were all struggling to impart tons of great info/examples and have enough time to get interactive. I hogged the […]

  • Can Virtual Worlds Save TV ?

    What may save TV may also truly grow Social Virtual Worlds. As online audiences continue to ignore TV and vanilla/social virtual worlds suffer from a lack of direction, perhaps the marriage of the two will save both from irrelevancy? A report by Gary Hazlitt in various TV branded virtual world spaces. (original post on personalizemedia) […]

  • Marketing Opportunities in Social Virtual Worlds

    My slides below from my presentation at one of Australia’s industries leading advertising conferences yesterday which I had previously blogged about “The Advertising and Marketing Summit” It was a jam packed room with around 400 attendees of marketing movers and shakers. I closed the second day with the talk on ‘engaging in virtual communities’ followed […]