Nowadays, interaction is one of the most important aspects of day to day life. Whether it is through our technology, social media, or personal interaction, people are looking for new ways to live a more interactive lifestyle. Particularly in the post pandemic world, feeling connected and like we have something to interact with is crucial to many people.
However, when it comes to photos, often that interaction piece is missing. Photo booths are rote and lack much of that interactive feature that many people are looking for when taking photos. When you are enjoying a night out, the last thing you want to worry about is how to take a good picture to remember the evening you had.
Social Hubb is a company looking to change this. With their launch of the iHubb, Social Hubb has brought an interactive photo experience to nights out, events, restaurants, and bars. The iHubb is the world’s first interactive photo booth that uses the same lighting and technology that a human photographer would use in order to get the best picture no matter the environment.
In addition, the iHubb travels through the event or location it is at and interacts with the crowd or guests. It will help instruct them to take a photo and or capture real life moments from the event. Afterwards, the bot can share those photos with the groups either via sms or email.
That is not the end of what Social Hubb has to offer though! They have three different kinds of photo devices offering different kinds of memory making experiences. The first is the 360 booth. Like the device we are used to watching on the red carpet, the 360 booth has a raised platform with a camera circling the user allowing them to create dynamic photos, boomerangs, and gifs.
The second is the Astro mirror. The mirror provides a touch screen, user friendly, full length mirror suitable for any kind of venue because it does not take up a lot of space. Finally, the last piece of technology that the Social Hubb team offers for their customers is the halo booth.
The halo booth uses an ipad and a halo light to create the ideal lighting conditions for individual or group photos combining some aspects of a traditional photo booth with a modern twist.
Offering this technology across the United States and Canada, D’Andre Moorefield is the mastermind behind Social Hubb. After a night where he had a bit too much fun, D’Andre realized the power of being able to have photos and look back fondly on nights that maybe you yourself can’t remember the full details of.
“I began to partner with various bar industry establishments and nationally based event planners all across the country. Today, Social Hubb has emerged as one of the leading companies in photo booth rental technology and entertainment solutions,” D’Andre explains.
Social Hubb is continuing to grow their work and prowess in the photobooth technology space for all kinds of events. To find out more about Social Hubb, check out their website here.