By Putri Zerith Sofea

In order to support in-person, hybrid, and online business events, Hilton Tokyo has partnered with technology consultant and solutions provider Vega Global to offer new tech facilities, solidifying its position as one of the top MICE venues in Japan.

The facilities include a fully equipped virtual production studio as well as a big, curving LED wall in the Kiku Ballroom. Both are completely backed by local specialists from the Vega Global office in Japan, who can offer services like pre- and post-production while event planners are either abroad or in Japan.

Business event planners can use the installations independently or in conjunction with other Hilton Tokyo meeting rooms for live streaming and broadcasting, producing pre-recorded video, and remote meeting attendance.

With the support of cutting-edge game engine software, cinematic technology, and specialist VR, XR, and spatial audio capabilities, the company can produce high-quality material. Meetings that call for breakout spaces, including panel discussions and seminars, can be facilitated by concurrently streaming this content from the studio to the LED screen.

We see enormous prospects for the studio and LED wall beyond the pandemic,” said Roger Brantsma, general manager of the Hilton Tokyo. “Especially with the rising expense of travel and many organisations looking at their carbon footprint in line with their SDG targets

The new facilities at Hilton Tokyo have the power to change how people engage during business meetings and how events and their content are created when combined with the knowledge of the Vega staff.


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