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How is VNTANA Creating Social Augmented Reality with Hologram Technology?

How is VNTANA Creating Social Augmented Reality with Hologram Technology?

When fans wit­nessed the late rap­per Tupac Shakur appear­ing onstage with the still very alive Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at Coachel­la back in 2012, there were prob­a­bly more than a few of them who thought they were hav­ing a Wood­stock “don’t eat the brown acid” moment. How­ev­er good or bad the drugs were at the fes­ti­val, how­ev­er, they weren’t respon­si­ble for see­ing a long-dead artist per­form­ing on stage. It was a holo­gram, and it was real­ly cool. 3D holo­grams have been part of our imag­i­na­tion and sci-fi cul­ture for decades. At this point it’s noth­ing spe­cial to see a movie where the bad guy thinks he’s got the drop on the good guy, only to find out he’s actu­al­ly shoot­ing at a holo­gram instead. But that’s the movies. See­ing Tupac rap­ping more than 15 years after his death is real life — sort of, any­way. And since then there have been oth­er pop cul­ture stunts with holo­grams as well. Now a com­pa­ny is bring­ing the holo­gram expe­ri­ence to the mass­es in a very cool way. VNTANA cre­at­ed their tech­nol­o­gy by hack­ing a first gen­er­a­tion Microsoft Kinect a few years ago. Then they sent a video of what they’d done…

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Sprinklr is Up Close and Personal in a Big Way

Sprinklr is Up Close and Personal in a Big Way

What if you could talk to mil­lions of peo­ple one at a time and do it in less than 60 sec­onds.  Sprin­klr is the world’s first per­son­al­ized scal­able social media plat­form. Does any­one remem­ber Tweet­deck? It was one of the first social media man­age­ment plat­forms to be wide­ly adopt­ed by both indi­vid­u­als and busi­ness­es, way back long ago. Then they basi­cal­ly went under. In the last five years or so, social media man­age­ment com­pa­nies and soft­ware have boomed from a niche group to one f the dri­ving forces in mod­ern mar­ket­ing and cus­tomer ser­vice oper­a­tions. And the seg­ment is grow­ing more and more. But the focus has expand­ed expo­nen­tial­ly. Tweet­deck essen­tial­ly let you post to Twit­ter and Face­book (before remov­ing the Face­book func­tion­al­i­ty and falling flat) and mon­i­tor your feeds with fil­ters. Rev­o­lu­tion­ary once, less than the most basic require­ment today. Now social media man­age­ment must be holis­tic in its approach, because social media has gone from being a sub­set of the online world to the cen­ter of it. Every­thing revolves around it. Like the eye of a hur­ri­cane. Imag­ine the online world as that hur­ri­cane. Your emails, web­sites, social accounts, online soft­ware plat­forms, blogs, retail­ers, and so on, swirling…

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INTERVIEW: Could “Small Data” be the key to Social Media, Victor Pineiro at Big Spaceship thinks so?

INTERVIEW: Could "Small Data" be the key to Social Media, Victor Pineiro at Big Spaceship thinks so?

Roy Weiss­man of MediaJobs.com spoke with Vic­tor Pineiro from Big Space­ship on a wide range of impor­tant Social Media issues in the indus­try today.  Espe­cial­ly those involv­ing adver­tis­ing and how to gauge suc­cess for your social media out­reach endeav­ors. Lis­ten in or read along as Roy Weiss­man talks with Vic­tor about why he believes that “Small Data” is crit­i­cal to social media. You can lis­ten to the inter­view as well as read it below: Roy:                       My name is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com, and we’re talk­ing with Vic­tor Pineiro, the Vice Pres­i­dent of Social Media at Big Space­ship. Vic­tor over­sees the agen­cy’s social media and con­tent team. Over the course of his tenure at Big Space­ship, he was the lead copy­writer and strate­gist for Skit­tles dur­ing its first three years on Face­book and Twit­ter. His clients have includ­ed Google, Cray­ola, Wrigley, Lucas Film, Sonos and Chobani. Vic­tor was list­ed in Busi­ness Insid­er’s 30 most cre­ative peo­ple in social media, and he’s a fre­quent con­trib­u­tor to Ad Age, Digi­day, Fast Com­pa­ny and Mash­able. Wel­come, Vic­tor. Vic­tor:                   Thank you. Thanks for hav­ing me. Roy:                       It’s a plea­sure. One thing I want to men­tion, could you tell us a lit­tle bit about Big Space­ship? How…

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What are Today’s Hottest Social Media Jobs In New York?

Social Media Manager Jobs in New York

New York is the top city in the world for Adver­tis­ing and Pub­lic Rela­tions. Social Media has become an inte­gral part of both of those worlds. So those look­ing for Social Media jobs such as Social Media Man­ag­er, Social Media Expert and many more should be look­ing in New York City. As the newest incan­ta­tion of Pub­lic Rela­tions many com­pa­nies need mas­ters of the social media world to man­age their par­tic­i­pa­tion. What is Social Media? Growth in social media has cre­at­ed many new jobs at some of the well known social media plat­forms includ­ing Face­book, Twit­ter, LinkedIn and Google Plus.  One plat­form that some con­sid­er part of the ecosys­tem is YouTube.  Online video is explod­ing and YouTube is the sec­ond most used search engine in the world.  Peo­ple love to watch video, espe­cial­ly fun­ny videos. Some of the new­er Social Media jobs are at the hottest par­tic­i­pants includ­ing SnapChat, Vine, Meerkat and Periscope, which was recent­ly acquired by Twit­ter. We’re most­ly famil­iar with the big 4 but what do these new social media plat­forms do? The social media app Snapchat is built around telling your sto­ry with  pic­tures.  Snapchat is a text, pho­to and video-mes­sag­ing app that you use to send mes­sages that…

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Chute is Shazam for your pictures.

Chute is Shazam for your pictures.

Visu­al Mar­ket­ing is the future. So how did Chute get so darn pop­u­lar and where did it come from? If you don’t know Gre­gar­i­ous Narain he is one of the co-founders and CTO of Chute, a com­pa­ny found­ed in 2011. Before that he was the vice pres­i­dent of prod­uct at Klout, there he helped estab­lish the Klout Score as the stan­dard for online influ­ence. Then you have Co-founder Ran­vir Gujral, who explains, “The best brands and pub­lish­ers in the indus­try are bring­ing user-gen­er­at­ed media alive and dis­play­ing it on their site, on their Face­book pages, in their mobile apps, or any­where their con­tent lives. With Chute, pub­lish­ers, brands, and appli­ca­tion devel­op­ers no longer have to re-invent the wheel every time they want to build func­tion­al­i­ty to cap­ture user-gen­er­at­ed media like pho­tos.” Back in its ear­ly start­up phase at Y Com­bi­na­tor, Chute made it easy for devel­op­ers to get pic­tures in their appli­ca­tions with a cloud-based back­end for image upload­ing, pro­cess­ing, mod­er­a­tion, third-par­­ty API inte­gra­tions, and user authen­ti­ca­tion. It also allows you to fil­ter con­tent by sen­ti­ment, pur­chase intent, geog­ra­phy, the most influ­en­tial con­tent cre­ators, and emerg­ing trends. Then you can upload the select­ed con­tent, with rights cleared if the brand…

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