Last year in 2021, we announced the launch of our new 360 slow motion video booth. The booth only uses a high-definition camera that orbits around and films a surround-view slow motion scene for everyone at the party to enjoy. As soon as it’s done, users can instantly access the video through their social media channels. An on-site host helps with the event while a video director helps booth attendees so the best video can be captured, creating an even more fun experience each time. We hope that this new addition of a 360 photo booth will broaden our photo booth offerings. The service is already in high demand, as marketing and production companies as well as party planners are clamoring to secure their event dates so that they can provide clients a unique and engaging way to share content (with the help of our integrated social media sharing station at each booth).
Sharing 360 videos on Instagram with some followers is a blast, as they watch guests posing in slow motion, making funny faces, singing and dancing. But there’s a much more interesting aspect that’s starting to emerge: The 360 video technology behind this booth reveals our truest selves, and we all want to share that online. No one I’ve spoken with who has used one of these 360 booths has anything bad to say about it.
People are clamoring for this innovative video content — and it’s not just the techies or the party planners or the event marketing companies. A 360 Video Booth is a game changer for marketing companies that rely on social media channels to provide value to their customers.
Personalized, timed, and viral 360 videos are a game changer because of the new type of media content it creates. Businesses are in high demand for this video, and it’s already being implemented at major events across the country. First, a 1080p camera orbits around the customer as they walk through a “photo booth”, capturing raw video footage that looks like it was created in a live-action movie using CGI. Then, the video is automatically streamed to an iPad tablet at the front of the photo booth, onto which customers can instantly access their custom-branded videos and share them instantly on social media from the sharing station. One user can take up to 30 seconds of video footage. This is an entirely new experience for any customer with access to social media or even most businesses.