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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Heineken Green Space - December 13, 2011

Heineken Green Space has come a long way and the one I enjoyed the most was when The Breakfast Club held it and it was one heck of a lifetime experience. Read about it here: http://www.ktheblogger.com/2010/02/heineken-green-space.html

This time around it was back again with the Dragonsoft Research technology showcase.



It was held at a club I've never been before called the Vertigo club at Gardens, Mid Valley right next to GSix. And so I went to take a look around.
This is the bar area:



Seating all around the club area for drinkers to chill:



The place was awfully cold due to quite a number of high propulsion fans above in the already air conditioned room. What's more, it was a rainy evening too!

As you enter the club, you are given an RFID tag a person shaped just like a watch and once indoors, you will need to register the RFID tags to have it working at the registration area:



There's not many technology that was showcased but nonetheless there were a handful. However, it's what you would've seen before.

This one here is a photo collection of what has already been published once your photo is taken from one of the photo screens:



Another would be this which sense the object that is placed above the designated area of the table to bring out specific windows onto the screen:



And this here laptop projects the 3D modelling images at the screen once it reads the emoticon looking codes on the cards:



All in all a chilly, chilling atmosphere all around with the DJs spinning R&B tunes on the decks while I down Heinekens for my enjoyment.
I ended the night with this guy flinging lighted thing around. LOL.

4 comments:

Isaac Tan said...

lol! i was just gonna write about this, but was so sad looking at my photos >< ... been sitting here for the past hour feeling sad. Haha.

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Waaa? How come sad pulak. Your choice loh, wanna write or not. haha

Arthur said...

I love Heineken because of their creative marketing and all stuff! Same here in Australia they always make some things to feel important!

Cheers

Arthur

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

It's great that you too have a feel of it before, Arthur. :)