seeper, a leader in interactive attractions, will share its insight into the future of technology at Integrated Systems Europe 2019, Amsterdam.
Evan Grant, the founder of seeper, will take part in the Future Technology panel debate on 5th February 12pm-1pm on the Main Stage. Grant founded the company during his first year at University and over the past 20 years has developed the studio to bring ideas to life for leading theme parks, museums, galleries, festivals and more.
The company specialises in complex interactive audiovisual
display systems, creating content, software and technology from conception to installation and a strong focus on R&D and innovative technologies.
Clients of the company include top brands like Google, Microsoft, Sony, Nike and YouTube as well a variety of leading attractions; including a strong relationship with Merlin Entertainments. seeper recently created projection mapping across scale models in Little BIG City Beijing as well as working with Sydney Sea Life Aquarium to develop an immersive walk-through journey of the Great Barrier Reef.
Last year, the company and Merlin Magic Making launched their interactive LEGO tables at LEGO Discovery Centres across the globe. Guests can gesture to bring the audiovisual projection mapped scenes to life.
“seeper is known for innovative visitor attractions and events” said Grant. “Research and development is key to this. Our clients want worlds firsts, we deliver these using cutting edge technology and creativity to create seemingly impossible, magical and immersive experiences”.
Joining Grant on the panel will be Amelia Kallman, Futurist, Speaker and Author; Sanj Surati, Digital Atelier and Founder of Tiger Heart; and Matthew Drinkwater, Head of Fashion Innovation Agency, London College of Fashion.
Clive Couldwell, Editor of AV Magazine will moderate the debate.
Integrated Systems Europe is the premier trade show for the audio visual industry in Europe taking place at the RAI in Amsterdam 5th-8th Feb 2019.
Grant will be at the show representing the company. To arrange a meeting, get in touch here.