It’s true… traditional face-to-face events are being replaced by video conference calls and webinars, but that doesn’t mean you need to miss out on the excitement of a live event! Interactive virtual experiences are possible, and Ryan is excited to be offering this new innovative way to enjoy a performance. Since mid-March, Ryan and his partner Doug McKenzie have been hard at work developing a highly-original virtual magic show as a pivot from their Digital Deception stage show. They named the virtual show “Alakazoom“, and it’s already been written up in Forbes, The Telegraph, and Quartz.
You see, Digital Deception was digital even before we all started social distancing. The tech-based magic duo has built an arsenal of interactive magic effects that can be presented on any online platform — Zoom, Webex, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, etc. Ryan and Doug are able to bring their digital illusions to you virtually, which means your meeting participants do not merely watch magic, they experience magic — right on their screens, on their phones and in their own hands.
Regardless of your virtual meeting platform, Ryan and Doug can help provide opportunities to engage your guests with fun, memorable moments, even though they’re not meeting in person. Your team video conference calls don’t have to be boring! Whether you’re planning a ‘virtual cocktail hour’ with a remote team, or hosting clients for a sales presentation, Digital Deception can customize their performance for your audience.
Over the past couple months, the duo has performed for healthcare workers on the frontlines, non-profits working to fundraise without physical galas, and a host of small businesses looking to engage their staff, their staff’s families, or their clients. Ryan is happy to speak with you about how a virtual magic show could be best presented for your online event.
We’re all adapting to a new way of life, and now more than ever, we need to share laughs together.