Full Interview with Immersive Entertainment Visionary Bob Cooney
Secret Location: The Podcast
As a special bonus episode to wrap up our first season--the complete, unedited interview with Bob Cooney from episode 6! Listen for his unabridged thoughts on the changing definiton of a "location" in location-based entertainment, the consuming habits of millenials, and how immersive tech couldn't completely change our society, for better or forIf you would like to learn more about LBEs and want to hear more from Bob, checkout: www.showup.eventsFollow Bob Cooney at: www.bobcooney.comVisit SecretLocation at: www.secretlocation.comSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
IAAPA Update from Location-Based VR Expert, Bob Cooney
XR for Business
Today’s guest, location-based VR expert Bob Cooney, has been in the XR space since the early 1990s. He drops by the show to give Alan an update on all the newest tech advances he saw at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo, and explains how today is the most exciting time to be working in this industry. [Transcript]
Bob Cooney is widely considered the world’s leading authority on the location-based virtual reality (LBVR) business. As an innovator in immersive entertainment for nearly 30 years, he is a frequent keynote speaker at VR and amusement industry conferences and is a renowned and skilled moderator. Next to being a mentor and speaker, Bob is the author of the new book “Real Money from Virtual Reality”, a guide for entrepreneurs entering the LBVR space. While Bob has a tight schedule, he managed to squeeze in a spot for our VRTL Podcasts. Our VRTL host Pieter talked with Bob Cooney about the opportunities and struggles for LBE business models and the future of this growing industry.
AP Podcast - Episode 102: Bob Cooney talks about VR, entrepreneurship and differentiation for attractions
Bob Cooney has been in the VR space since it's inception, and feels like now is finally the time for it to really make an impact - and not just in the attractions world. In this spirited conversation, Bob talks about the history of VR, some of the roadblocks for operators and what he has learned about entrepreneurship over the last 30+ years! The learn more about Bob and what he does, visit: Bobcooney.com. Have a question for the mailbag or know of a guest we should feature? Drop us a line! Josh - email@example.com Matt - firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter Facebook LinkedIn This episode is brought to you by FunRating. If you work in any area of the attractions industry, you’re probably curious how guests at your attraction perceive critical areas of guest experience. Which facility type provided the best service in 2018? Who really needs to improve their food service? And which attraction saw the highest increase in likelihood to return? These questions, and more, can all be found in the FunRating Report, and this is information that only Amusement Advantage can provide. The FunRating Report can be found at funrating.com, and we have an exclusive offering for AttractionPros listeners. To save 10% off of the one-time purchase of $375, tune into the podcast!
Serial entrepreneur Bob Cooney works with large family entertainment centers — think trampoline parks, roller coasters and bumper cars, and the big adult gaming centers in tourist spots like the Wisconsin Dells and Las Vegas. In Cooney’s experience, emerging technologies like virtual and augmented reality are edging into this space. “In the second wave of this new VR trend, we’re starting to see more commercial operators in large family entertainment centers,” he said. There are still big gaps that need to be filled in the market, though. In this episode of the EmTech Cast, Cooney talks with CompTIA Community Manager Jim Hamilton about the hype over VR and AR in consumer technology, what micro-verticals are paying off and how businesses can make money off these emerging technologies. “The gap, for now, is companies that can put together that technology so it makes sense for an operator to buy it,” Cooney said. “I think there’s opportunity there for other companies to come in as value-added resellers.” To keep up with Bob Cooney, visit his website, www.bobcooney.com and find his talks online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrZu7pKpwF72AH7n7Ue49wQ
The BroadCast: 3/5/2018 ~ With Home Stretch Here, a Visit With Bob Cooney
76ers Podcast Network
The 76ers have arrived at the home stretch of the season, and are aiming to solidify their place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.On this March 5th edition of The BroadCast, Sixers.com's Brian Seltzer is joined by 97.5 FM The Fanatic Morning Show host Bob Cooney, who shares his thoughts on how the team's playing at a crucial stage of the year, and the development of its two budding stars.---Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/76ers/message
TweetBrought to you by Naked Brewing, the guys are out of control on this episode. They welcome Bob Cooney back to the show as he gives his take on his new gig, the Sixers, and how he celebrated the Eagles Super Bowl win. The Flyers and Sixers are both on a roll as they inch towards the playoffs while keeping the Philadelphia winning streak alive. Markelle Fultz may be in trouble, the Eagles name a new coordinator and a man felt the need to masturbate with a fish. The post Corner Pub Sports – A Fresh Take With Bob Cooney appeared first on Wildfire Radio.