These November 2016 multimedia trends range from 360-degree smartphone cameras to VR cartoon experiences like a recent partnership between Google and The Simpsons. The collaboration resulted in a VR couch gag and celebrated the television franchise's 600th episode.
When examining similar VR innovations, the month's other standouts range from VR basketball broadcasts to terrifying truck PSAs that encourage truck driver safety training with a Halloween-themed campaign.
Other November 2016 multimedia innovations to take note off include intuitive speaker systems that can be programmed to recognize a user's taste in music along with holographic chat apps that are changing the digital communication landscape.
Additionally, examples like rotating 3D photo booths ensure that important moments and special events are captured in a way that is more immersive than ever before.
Top 70 Multimedia Trends in November
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360-Degree Recording Glasses
Laser-Based Holographic Displays
Handheld Android Projectors
Affordable Virtual Reality Systems
Wooden Omnidirectional Speakers