ZEISS has just launched their first Virtual Cine Expo. The traditional trade show and exhibition landscape has been permanently impacted by the global pandemic, but thanks to the wonderful world of interactive technology Zeiss has launched a virtual trade show booth where potential customers and partners can interact directly with Zeiss experts.
Zeiss Virtual Cine Expo will run from July 15 to 17, 2020
The online platform is packed with interactive content and live presentations, including a look at new products as well as other ongoing projects and cinematography related topics.
Online visitors can not only learn about the latest innovations from ZEISS such as the three new ZEISS Supreme Prime lenses, but explore all key features and details of Supreme Prime Radiance, Zeiss CP.3, CZ.2, and LWZ.3 lenses in the “Cine Lens Showcase”.
Explore Zeiss Cine Lenses in a 360 Degree Interactive Experience
Furthermore, the 360 degrees online experience offers visitors the chance to discover the wide range of solutions in the way they would expect from a trade show booth. Given the current global situation, the Virtual Cine Expo also aims to move personal interactions to a digital format in the best possible way.
Interactive POI (points of interest) will give visitors different points of access to watch videos, read information, get in touch with ZEISS, and participate in conversations or lectures.
Live Talks with Working Directors of Photography
At the “Conversations Counter”, for example, Benjamin Völker, Senior Expert Optical Simulations, and Sundeep Reddy, Technical Sales and Applications Specialist for ZEISS Cine Lenses, will talk about lens flares.
DoP Phil Holland will speak about suitable ZEISS Lens options for the RED Komodo today, July 15th at 10:00 AM (PDT/GMT-7).
In addition to the presentations by ZEISS experts, there will also be numerous live talks with well-known cinematographers and creative specialists who use ZEISS products.
See a full schedule of the Live Talks as part of the Zeiss Virtual Expo.
Various product demos and presentations will be available in the demo area that offer a more detailed look at the different focal lengths or the flares of the ZEISS Supreme Prime lenses, for example.
The ZEISS Virtual Cine Expo booth will be available online starting July 15 at http://www.zeiss.com/cine/virtualexpo and all you need to access it is an Internet connection and a web browser.
According to Zeiss, their virtual trade show booth will also stay online after July 17 and will remain accessible until Fall 2020.