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StoryTech® Announces Impact! VIP Tours and Briefings for CES® 2016

Registration for Customized CES Show Floor Tours for Storytellers, Brands, Agencies and Media Executives Now Open LOS ANGELES, CA-November 19, 2015 StoryTech®, official provider of VIP show floor tours and briefings at CES® 2016, announced availability and registration for its...
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StoryTech Partners with Tesloop to Provide Free Roundtrip Transportation for CES 2016 for VIP Tour Registrants

StoryTech Partners with Tesloop to Provide Free Roundtrip Transportation from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for CES 2016 for VIP Tour Registrants City-to-City Sustainable Transportation in the World’s Most Advanced Electric Vehicles Tesloop and StoryTech to Offer Roundtrip luxury rides from...
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Why does CES Matter? You have to be there.

Why does CES Matter? You have to be there. By Brian Seth Hurst   #CES2016. Come January 6, 2016 over 170 thousand people from all over the world will make the annual pilgrimage to CES. Last year’s attendance was record...
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#VR: The Gold VRush. Impending Virtual Reality Bubble?

The buzz is so loud you long to get inside a VR head mounted display just to escape. VR is a hyper-accelerated market. It seems not a day passes without a significant announcement. If you think being inside a VR...
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A Shot over the Storytelling Bow and the Algorithmic Canon Ball

Something has been digitally gnawing at me since last March when an article appeared in the New York Times Sunday Review titled “If an Algorithm Wrote This, How Would You Even Know?” And, not weeks later I heard a story...
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#VR Oh the Places You Will Go!

“You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So… get on your way!” Dr. Suess. Oh The Places You Will Go Last year, I was invited to speak in Abu Dhabi, which for the curious...
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Tales From A Recovering Binge Addict

Tales From A Recovering Binge Addict A few months ago, the independent accounting firm of Schwartz, Schwartz and Schwartz asked some of my girls friends in the TV biz, what were they watching and a few of my female friends...
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#VR: “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” Immersive Journalism + Social Good

  Perhaps, if you are into pop/rock classics, you’ll remember Joe South’s“Walk A Mile in My Shoes” (also covered by Elvis.) But what does this have to do with #VR? Consider that as you read the lyric. If I could...
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#VR is for #Porn, Porn, Porn

I had every intention of covering the “physicalization of content” in this post. It was going to be a noble post about the use of #VR to give physically challenged individuals and wounded warriors the opportunity to enjoy amazing immersive...
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#VR: Along for the Dark VRide

As we all know, immersive experiences aren’t new. Perhaps you’re old enough to remember being trampled by a herd of horses of the American West as you held on to the railing at Disneyland’s Circle-Vision 360°watching “America the Beautiful.” Or,...
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