#dse2014 The Science of Experiential Video Walls

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

He’s a great businessman, he’s a content genius, he speaks English with a charming French lilt and he’s a gooner. We’ve been out with him when he has in turn, been mistaken for Hugh Laurie and Damian Lewis, he’s confident, he’s charming, he’s an excellent speaker but when all is said and done he is still a Ginger.

good looking ginger manWe are of course referring to Denys Lavigne, CEO and Founder, Arsenal Media who has won more awards for his content work than anyone else in our industry we can think of.

At #dse2014 he is set to speak on ‘The Science of Experiential Video Walls‘ at our Video Walls Unplugged event, which takes place on Tuesday 11th February 2014.

He told us “A new generation of video walls has emerged. These high-impact, experiential destinations captivate audiences with features such as augmented reality, gesture and touch interactivity, mobile and social media”.

He hinted at not only bigger but smarter and more engaging and continued “Great video walls have become digital hubs for multi-platform media strategies. My aim here is to inspire new ideas and project development methods as a way to better leverage client investment and meet the expectations of today’s tech savvy consumer”.

Denys is just one of the ‘Content Dream Team‘ we have assembled for what will be the must-attend event of 2014.

Includes Brian Henry, James Fine, Philip Lenger, Alex Hughes, Stephen Borg, Kirk VanderLeest

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