The following is a press release:
This week Pixster Photo Booths announced their launch of Pixster 360™, a 360 degree slow motion video booth. The company is calling the new service a, “game changer” due to the uniqueness of the user experience and the content it generates. The patent pending technology is already in high demand. Marketing and production companies along with party planners are clamoring to secure their event dates in search of providing clients a way to generate advanced and engaging content.
How it works is a high definition camera orbits around event goers and films a 360 degree slow motion video. Video are then streamed to an email and social media sharing station where users can instantly access their videos. A ‘director’ helps to stage users to ensure the best video is captured while an on-site host assists users in sharing the completed product. The company hopes the addition of Pixster 360™ will broaden its offerings and help capture new market share. The Director of Sales, Trevor Bishop, stated, “We hope this new innovation can elevate what we offer our clients and help us stand out from other companies.”
Pixster has long been the leader of luxury photo booth rentals. Over the past 6 years, the company has captured 2.7 million photos, reached 127 million photo-views and participated in 9000 events. With celebrity users like Kim Kardashian, JLo, Seth Rogen, and Snoop Dogg just to name a few; Pixster Photo Booths is the largest photo booth company on the west coast and one of the highest rated in the nation.
The launch of Pixster 360™ comes a year after their addition of a similar 180 degree experience. Spending almost a year in research and development, Pixster believes they have another winner with the 360 degree booth. In the age of Instagram, content is king and video content in particular is forging the way to social media conquest. With limited competition and a patent pending, the company may have hit the nail on the head.