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MacVoices #16167: Michael Horton Covers This Year’s Amsterdam SuperMeet Agenda

August 29, 2016

Michael Horton is back again to talk about what topics are driving the agenda at the upcoming SuperMeet in Amsterdam. The rules for video storytelling are once again being re-written with the spread of virtual Reality and 360-degree video. Mike provides some thoughts on where they are appropriate, how they are being used, and how they have influenced the SuperMeet main stage speakers. An outline of those speakers, a run-down on the always-popular Raffle and why this year may be the best value year to attend Amsterdam SuperMeet are all discussed.

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