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The Building New Realities Podcast
65 minutes | 7 days ago
Ep 11: Customer Experience In The Age of Immersive Technology
This week Tim Fleming's guest is Claire Ellis - Brand strategist, creative, business-leader and firm believer in the power of 'so what?'. Claire is the Managing Director of Strategic Sales and Marketing Company, JPC. Claire has spent the last 22+ years building brands, cutting through complexity and devising imaginative strategies and creative ways to help clients more effectively engage and convert. What’s coming next for customer experience? Tune in and find out. #CX
52 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 10: Connecting Technology to Experience with Jack X and and Sebastien Jouhans
This week Tim Fleming's guest is Sebastien Jouhans, Technology Director of Jack X at Jack Morton Worldwide. Jack X is Jack Morton’s innovation practice.Sebastien works with emerging technologies and creatives in order to inject cutting edge thinking and lead teams to deliver successful projects. Sebastien is passionate about technology, touch interfaces, natural interfaces, physical computing, Internet of Things, bots, NLP, Machine Learning and blockchain. How is Jack X connecting technology to experience? Tune in and find out.
51 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 9: How Aggreko Is Deploying Immersive Technology with Walter Davis
This week Tim Fleming's guest is Walter Davis, Head of talent and learning technology at Aggreko and technology thought leader and strategist. Aggreko is a supplier of temporary power generation equipment and of temperature control equipment. They Power everything from large events to whole geographic areas that do not have the suitable infrastructure.How is Aggreko deploying VR and AR training? Tune in later today and find out.
53 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 8: The Challenges Of Being A Futurist with Phil Rowley
This week Tim Fleming's guest is Phil Rowley, Media Futurist and Futures Director at Omnicom who demonstrates his extraordinary enthusiasm and passion for futurism as an art and science.Phil works with businesses and brands to imagine and fast-track their future via emerging tech and innovation. He converts thought-leadership and tech trends into actionable innovation strategies around the future of media and entertainment, future of audio, future of gaming, future of AR, VR & AI - and their application for the future of marketing.Tune in now to the future in this eighth podcast from immersive technology experts, Future Visual.
61 minutes | 6 months ago
Ep 7 How Embodiment and Virtual Reality Creates Presence? With embodiment expert Rachel Blackman
Rachel Blackman is an actor, improvisor, theatre maker, somatic educator and embodiment trainer and coach and creativity mentor. You may remember her with a shaved head and double barrelled bazooka as Chara in Matrix Revolutions.Tim Fleming and Rachel discuss the synergy between VR and embodiment and theories around Feldenkrais and neuroplasticity.Can you achieve what you can’t imagine? Tune in and find out......
49 minutes | 7 months ago
Ep 6: Immersive Space - The HP Way with Joanna Popper
This week Tim Fleming’s guest is Joanna Popper, HP’s Global Head of Virtual Reality for Location Based Entertainment and leads Go-To-Market initiatives for XR. Joanna is a Hollywood and Silicon Valley Media executive and one of the most influential women in VR. Joanna talks to Tim Fleming about how HP is leading the way in the immersive space, building new realities with constant hardware innovation and taking advantage of embodiment to bring us the future of computing.
64 minutes | 7 months ago
Ep 5: The Business of Body Intelligence with Simon Roberts
This week Tim Fleming’s guest is Simon Roberts, Business Anthropologist. Simon is one the world’s leading anthropologists in business. He advises some of the largest global organisations, including Intel, Facebook, Spotify, Google and many other Fortune 500 companies, through his London-based consultancy, Stripe Partners. His book The Power of Not Thinking is out now in e-book and Audio format and will be published on July 9th.Simon talks to Tim about how he helps companies understand people by conducting ethnographic research and thereby taking yourself into other people’s worlds. Companies can therefore construct meaning in pursuit of building better products and services by grounding truth and reality to businesses. The Covid crisis has rapidly accelerated the adoption of remote immersive collaboration technologies - Tim and Simon discuss Amara’s Law - will it prove us wrong as we assume everything is going to change quickly post Covid? In discussing his new book, Simon suggests that intelligence can be held in our bodies and that embodied knowledge is a real force - should we trust our executive brain or should we trust our gut? Find out in this fascinating discussion.
46 minutes | 8 months ago
Ep 4: Are Startups Ready To Work In Space?
Katherine Courtney, STEM Ambassador and former CEO of the UK Space Agency talks to Tim Fleming about her shared passion for space and startups and how there is a strong connection between the two communities. Katherine shares her thoughts with Tim on how the future habitation of space might work, the impact of space data on the environment and the phenomenon of space debris.
57 minutes | 8 months ago
Ep 3: Sitting at the crossroads of Intimacy, mental health & Immersive technology
Sarah Ticho, immersive health innovator and founder of Hatsumi VR, Project lead at VulVR, freelance producer of Explore Deep (Deep VR) and healthcare lead at Immerse UK, talks to Tim Fleming about how VR can make a difference to the future of health, why she is excited about developing interactive pleasure to alleviate sexual awkwardness and disorders and why environments are becoming even more important during COVID-19.
60 minutes | 9 months ago
Ep 2: Can immersive programmes support the change coming for Employee Experience and Customer Experience? #EX-CX
Belinda Gannaway, strategy director of creative employee communications agency Fathom XP, with 20 years experience transforming cultures and helping to build brands from the inside out, talks to Tim Fleming about employee engagement and the need to challenge the status quo of organisational culture - will immersive experiences offer the solution? Tune in to find out.
70 minutes | 9 months ago
What happens when surgery meets immersive collaboration?
Ep 1: Charles Nduka the surgeon, technologist & co-founder of Emteq - a biofeedback enabled VR therapy platform - talks to Tim Fleming about what why he thinks VR experience and virtual collaboration are tools of the future? Tune in to find out.
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