The limits of digital entertainment

Digital has an increasing impact on how we experience an event. Regardless of our age, we now expect digital engagement as part of our experience – whether it’s an art gallery, a concert or a sports event.

But how far should the relationship between digital and physical entertainment go? Will it reach a point where we skip the actual event for an even better virtual experience?

Field Day’s Account Manager Leah Rose and President Andrew Arntfield give us their perspectives on “digital vs real”.

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