These days, attending an event means something entirely different. Surround sound, theater lighting, and staging, and other in-person event features have been replaced by a 2D screen and standard speaker audio.
So how do we immerse an audience using these relatively basic channels of communication? We can:
Immersing an audience in a virtual environment requires a different mindset than live experiences. The audience is in a more active role and they need to be given the choice and flexibility that they’ve come to expect from participating remotely at work and in their personal lives.