Hotel Granvia Kyoto has released details of its latest AV technology, allowing presentations to literally jump off the screen through the use of 3D TV.
The state of the art 3D technology has been tried and tested by the hotel’s bridal department and is now available for meetings and conferences.
Hotel Granvia Kyoto immediately recognised the potential of this technology for providing a new and exciting service to organisers of meetings and events and is now working with planners to tailor the technology to individual needs. The hotel is able to offer both off-the-shelf packages, where high impact images are slotted into a given format, as well as a 100% tailored service to suit the occasion as required.
Kyoto Convention Bureau: “Japanese consumers were wooed by a sudden introduction of innovative technologies in home televisions by Sony, Panasonic, Hitachi and the like just before the 2010 football world cup. The introduction of this service is proof once again that Hotel Granvia Kyoto is one of the world leaders when it comes to helping conference and event organisers provide motivational experiences to their guests. I can see this technology being used across the spectrum of business meetings from assisting academics to explain complex concepts to corporations using it to motivate and inspire their workforce.”
This breakthrough technology will be of interest to professional presenters from across the world who will now be able to use the AV services to create visually exciting presentations that utilise the 3D effect.
Kanako Murayama, Director of Overseas Marketing at Hotel Granvia added: “Granvia Kyoto is delighted to be able offer this latest 3D technology to assist with presentations during meetings held at our hotel. We see great potential for this technology which will enable presenters to better engage with their audience. We are very proud that we are the only hotel in the Kyoto region offering this service to meetings and events professionals. The service is not expensive and we are already receiving a lot of positive feedback.”
Located in the signature multi-use, Kyoto Station Building and close to the city centre, the hotel Granvia has been welcoming guests from across the world for many years. The hotel boasts 535 tastefully decorated rooms, 13 restaurants and bars and 13 banquet rooms – as well as fitness facilities and shops. The hotel also contains over 1000 pieces of contemporary artwork.