Written by Paul Whybrow
As with all great events, it is always good to cast your memory back to the enjoyable moments you had, whether it is a wedding, a birthday, a special day or even in this case an annual broadcast conference and show.
Just in case you haven’t had a chance to see my personal reflections on the 2019 IBC event in Amsterdam, and you have a few moments to spare, then here are the blogs in two easy links.
The Amsterdam Advisory – sharing the top themes of the show
The Indiana Jones moment – is the industry ready for a leap of faith to survive?
As all good memories are supported by the imagines, we recall from that experience here are a few images of my own for my 5 days at the show.
Who can think of Amsterdam without thinking of bikes.
NHK getting ready for the 8K Olympic games in 2020 in Tokyo – the technology looks pretty impressive.
The family car that is unlikely to fit on the drive at home or in the local shopping car park.
The Tech Mahindra robot who I got to work with everyday.
This is really dressing up for interactive art.
Good to see the start up space getting more space and conversations going.
The branded microphone covers that are seen in shot everyday – I like to think this is there own industry convention and get together!
I love the Insta 360 Dog Cam maybe coming to a screen near you soon.
Paul Whybrow is the Entertainment and Media Transformation lead for Tech Mahindra in Australia and New Zealand. He is the Managing Director and Creative Collaborator for Bodyboard Immersive Experiences. A boutique business with access to award winning creative, broadcast and immersive experience skills and consulting. Our purpose is to be the creative connector for imagining the possibilities and crafting the practical, so you can share passionate storytelling.