How Digital Services Are Transforming the Event Rental Landscape
Technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and that evolution continues to touch almost every industry. The event rental industry is no exception, and nearly every successful event rental company is discovering new, tech-based ways to cater to their customers and make event organizing a simpler and more enjoyable process.
Reserving Your Choices Online
Perhaps the most ubiquitous of these digital tools is automation of the reservation process. An event organizer can make choices and reserve dates and times in a very streamlined fashion. Contact with a human representative is still an important piece of the puzzle, but online rentals make it so that every little change you make doesn’t have to be facilitated by a person.
Viewing Rentals as 3D Models
Traditionally, event rentals, such as chairs, required you to peruse a 2D catalogue or to visit a showcase where you can see these items in person. While that’s still an option, many event rental companies are able to showcase 3D models of their rental options right from their websites. Rather than view these items from one angle, you can spin them around and even easily position them side by side.
Designing Your Event in a 3D Space
Design software is more accessible and affordable than ever and can even run on tablets thanks to the ever-increasing processing power of mobile devices. These designs tools are powerful because rather than visualizing it in your mind, you can see it in a modeled space. That makes it much easier to visual how the various components and even the attendees will exist within your available space.
Experiencing a Virtual Walk-Through
Virtual reality tools are taking that concept of visualization a step or perhaps three further. In fact, many design platforms have inherent support for VR and can transform your design into an explorable space much in the manner that real estate software can transform images of a home into a space you can explore. Imagine being able to walk through the event space you’ve designed and get a very intimate feel of what it will be like to be there in person.