Deep in the heart of Manhattan, 92nd Street Y was founded in 1874 as the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, a place where Jewish men could gather and find fellowship. Since then, 92Y has evolved into a world-renowned community and cultural center that reaches out to people of every race, ethnicity, religion, age and economic class.
Planners are always looking for ways to make images stand out from the crowd. Now, they can use this new technology from 3DPhotoWorks to make 2D images pop into 3D. (see an animated sample of how this works at www.3DPhotoWorks.com).
Your guests become the protagonists in these dramatic Nemo chairs now available from Taylor Creative.
Cobo Center in Detroit is certainly looking better these days. After being reorganized under a Regional Authority commission in 2009, it completed phase one of its extensive renovation last year and is now completing phase two.
With the launch of a new Android ticket scanning application, TicketLeap enables event organizers to break free from traditional ticketing hardware and easily manage ticket scanning from any Android phone. The TicketLeap app is now available as a free download in the Android Market.