This is an important update on hybrid meetings.
Those looking ahead are beginning to see something entirely new on the horizon, a reenvisioned hybrid model. “Hybrid meetings have been around for a number of years, but, until Covid-19, that usually meant sticking a camera at the back of the room and livestreaming the event to those stuck at home. Now, with new virtual software tools and a better understanding of how to integrate virtual with in-person, hybrid meetings can connect both of these audiences and get the benefits of both virtual and in-person formats,” says Chris Torella from Pickerel Pie Entertainment, a New York-based event and video production company.
While analysing we discussed also ‘Hybrid allows us to focus the design on the advantages of each mode. The conversations and content that benefit the most from nonverbal communication and eye contact can be executed in-person, and the material that benefits most from the scale, transparency, and visibility of virtual interaction can be done via Miro, Trello, Zoom, etc.