How do online events in education work nowadays and how do you push them to gain a competitive edge?
Think online events are as dead as disco? Think again! While we’re mostly back to in-person meetings, online events still have some serious untapped potential. Want an example? Let’s take a look at the The AbleGamers Charity Gala.
Get inspired by this interview we had recently with Luke Wynne from JLL on their approach and experience in building their internal online education training in virtual space on Gather.
Want to get inspired by our lessons learned and insights for your next online event on Gather Town or a similar interactive platform? Then sit back, pause the stop-loss notifications for 10 minutes, and read on (unless you are satisfied with the same old boring video call, 🥱).
Remote work in the digital age – go beyond traditional video-calls and create a bond with your teammates from anywhere
Working online and remotely has quickly become a norm for various companies and teams, but is this type of work visually and emotionally satisfying? How do teams and companies deal with zoom fatigue and boring online calls being part of their daily routine? In this article, we’d like to inform you about the benefits of […]
As we celebrate this joyous holiday, let us remember the true meaning of Christmas: love, kindness, and giving. Merry Christmas and happy holidays!
In this article, we will explain the possibilities, help you understand the pros, and inspire you with companies who have already used metaverse for their online events.
Since Facebook changed their name to Meta, they have begun to spread their vision for the future of collaboration. But what exactly is metaverse, and what is it for?
How can virtual platforms improve remote (net)working environments? Q&A with our Founder and CEO Lukáš Černý
Space Makers Founder and CEO Lukáš Černý will present the utility and usage of the metaverse and virtual spaces.
In collaboration with Digital Paths, we created a metaverse for the popular series, Metal Detective. Several tasks were prepared for fans of the series in the virtual world. They became the main hero, and only the best and bravest met Gibba, the series’ main protagonist, in the metaverse.