Zoom acquires Liminal software assets to enhance virtual event offerings
Two of the firm’s co-founders, Andy Carluccio and Jonathan Kokotajlo, will also join Zoom, he confirmed.
Zoom announced on Monday that it had acquired “certain assets” from Liminal, a startup offering event production solutions, to improve its virtual event offerings. Two of the firm’s co-founders, Andy Carluccio and Jonathan Kokotajlo, will also join Zoom, he confirmed.
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Software solutions including ZoomOSC and ZoomISO, which are based on Zoom’s SDK, will help the platform bridge the gap between traditional and emerging event control applications and hardware to help theaters, studios broadcast and other creative organizations, Zoom noted in a Post blog.
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âLike the future of work, we believe the future of events will include a combination of virtual and in-person formats,â the video communications company said.
The pandemic has changed the way people learn, work, collaborate, or attend events, as much of those experiences have shifted to virtual space.
In July, the company launched “Zoom Events”, a solution for customers to create, host and manage virtual or hybrid events. It also announced Zoom Event Services to help organizations plan, support and produce virtual, live and hybrid events on its platform.
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Liminal’s solutions can help people manage their Zoom meetings and integrate advanced HD video streams into their workflows, according to the startup.