Part of the success and appeal of text to screen technology lies in its ability to serve such a wide variety of industries. This technology is accessible to anyone who has basic texting capabilities on their cell phone: a specified telephone number is given to participants at a particular event, allowing them to text comments, ask questions and even respond to a presenter’s question or poll. Participant text is then broadcasted live on screen for the other attendees and presenters to view.
Although texting technology is applicable to any industry that places emphasis on engaging an audience or clientele, certain industries are a natural fit. We’ve listed out five of these industries and their potential uses for text to tv screen technology:
1. Business, Any Sector
Text to tv screen is useful at staff meetings, presentations and just about any company event imaginable. Consider this technology for large corporations or group meetings in which not every employee may get a chance to speak or give feedback. Also, if an employee wants to ask a question or make a comment anonymously, he or she has the ability to do so. Increasing the amount of feedback and accessibility during a presentation and the ability to gauge an audience are just a couple benefits that text to screen technology can provide in a corporate setting.
2. Television Programming
Television broadcasting has come a long way in creating an interactive experience for home viewers. Text to tv screen technology adds another avenue for viewers to feel as though they are actively taking part in the viewing experience. Texting commentary or pictures might be encouraged by a local news station to enhance a viewer’s sense of community, or a television program may broadcast viewer opinions submitted via text. These experiences create a unique and interactive opportunity for both broadcaster and viewer.
With an increasing number of schools applying the latest technologies to their classrooms, text to screen technology has many applications in the academic field. While students have the ability to answer and ask questions via text, professors are better able to direct class discussion to meet students’ needs. Students who often forgo asking important questions in class can ask questions without fear of judgement. Additionally, asking large groups of students to respond to a question via text to screen technology provides professors a unique opportunity to asses student comprehension.
Concerts and sporting events with large monitors provide great opportunities to utilize text to screen technology. Audience member commentary can add an element of fun and excitement to an already charged event.
In this industry, audience insight and commentary is abundant. Text to screen technology is a great way to broadcast the many voices and opinions that occur during large-scale political events.
Although these industries are varied, text to screen technology helps them all achieve a common goal: engaging as many people as possible to create a positive impact.
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