This page suggests how to set up a conference booth to best use the available media assets to get optimum value out of them.
The main screen(s) are the big, usually rented/supplied, usually 48" or more flat screens which are mounted to booth walls. These are meant to grab the attention of folks walking by, and get them to stop and watch long enough to be approached by a booth staff member.
These should NOT show static images (unchanging over time) or they will not achieve their purpose. We have videos that are meant to loop on these screens. These videos can be found in the GitLab Marketing Google Drive under GitLab Booth Videos.
These videos will need to be played off of a laptop so that they can be set to loop. (even if we find a good way to loop them on the ipads, the ipads are more usefull as click-through demo devices)
Why are there two videos? Well . . .
Although, this video is silent and shows a combination of slides and product video clips in an end to end use case format. If you HAVE to play it over streaming, it's also on YouTube
The iPads are meant to be used to start/aid a conversation, as well as to show the click-through demos on. Their advantage is that you can stand next to someone (to the side) and have a personal interaction with them, still with a screen. This is more awkward with a laptop and the need to find a flat surface to put it on.
Here's roughly what we have:
email@example.com, used for development, and brought by TMM for booth duty
Todo: Sync the EMEA ones so they are set up the same way as the others (accounts, etc).
firstname.lastname@example.org(password in Marketing 1Password vault)
email@example.com(password in Marketing 1Password vault)
There are two possible sets of demos that can be used: regular length, shorts
For either set of files: