Recorded Webinar: Museum Closed. Open for Impact. Sponsored by TimeLooper

Recorded On: 04/01/2020

Webinar Description

Museum Closed. Open for Impact. Immersive At Home Visitors Inside Your Museum Within 48 Hours With Nothing More Than A Camera and Laptop.

With your doors closed for the foreseeable future, how can you maintain (or even expand) relationships with your community? Join us for a webinar sponsored by corporate partner TimeLooper where we will explore the power of virtual reality and use cases in the current environment and practical ways to get your site online within 48 hours. Social distancing, while necessary, has forced institutions to close their doors, leaving them to struggle with the question of how to fulfill their mission when they cannot allow in-person visitation.  

Learn how to share your experiences, educational plans, living history, and natural beauty with key stakeholders who are stuck at home, including:

  • Families with kids dealing with cabin fever
  • Educators forced into distance-based learning
  • Topic enthusiasts and institution members searching for engagement

In this Zoom-based webinar, TimeLooper will discuss (and answer questions on) the following topics: 

  • Best practices on how (and why) to build VR-based immersion experiences
  • Types of experiences you can easily develop
  • Easy off the shelf tools to consider
  • Hardware (how to capture footage)
  • Distribution platforms (how to share the content)
  • Creative tips on how to make content more meaningful 

Any other questions you have about VR that you would like addressed? Please email andrew@timelooper.com.

Details

RECORDED DATE: April 1, 2020

COST: FREE; This webinar is being provided for free thanks to a sponsorship by TimeLooper.

ACCESS: You will be provided with instructions on how to access the live event upon registration.

Recording and Closed Captioning

We will record this event. Access the Recorded Webinar in the AASLH Resource Center after the event has passed. Registrants of this event receive complimentary access to the recording in their Dashboard.

Closed captioning is provided for the live event. A transcription of the closed captions is provided with the recording.

Andrew Feinberg

TimeLooper

Andrew has 15 years of global experience in strategy, operations, business development and sales. Andrew is a co-founder and the Chief Operating Officer at TimeLooper, Inc. TimeLooper partners with governments, historic sites, and NGOs to enables tourists visiting historic locations to experience events that transpired at those locations first-hand through virtual reality.

Prior to starting TimeLooper, Andrew executed the turnaround of Courtroom Connect, a legal media technology company. Andrew has also served as the Chief Strategy Officer of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and served as a manager in the National Economic Development and Security Group at The Monitor Group. Andrew holds a B.A. in history from Middlebury College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Yigit Yigiter

TimeLooper

Yigit has 17 years of global experience in marketing, strategy, product development, user experience and interpretive experiential design. Yigit is a co-founder and principal at TimeLooper, Inc. where he leads product development and client engagements, including interpretive planning, operational strategy and execution, commercialization and project management.  Prior to starting TimeLooper, Yigit was the Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer of Pronet, a smart home tech company.  Yigit has also served as the Global Marketing Strategy Manager at Dell, Inc. and European Brand Manager at Unilever. Yigit holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. 

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