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Posted: Oct 29 2012, 02:15 PM
Viewing Room Head
Group: Committee Head
Member No.: 204
Joined: 9-November 06
Opening a post to ask for feedback about the viewing rooms for Anime Banzai 2012.
Here are a few things I figure I'd start with:
Rooms: Having two larger rooms for the viewing rooms was fantastic this year. But I need more than just me saying that. If you liked the two rooms we had this year (instead of one larger room and one smaller room, like 2011), please let your opinion be known.
Equipment: The equipment in Twilight 3 was a bit... "less than optimal" than I had wanted. Due to family situations, I wound up spending money on flights between Utah and Georgia instead of having that for equipment (the viewing rooms are mostly equipped out of my own pocket). So I apologize for the less optimal speaker setup. At least we only had a few problems w/ the receiver late Fri...
Doors: While I missed the feedback panel, I thought I'd address this here. I like to keep at least one door open to each viewing room. While this may be distracting sometimes with sound and light coming in, I like to keep a door open so people feel free to come in and check what's going on. I've run the rooms with closed doors in the past; it really does make a difference on how many people wander in during shows when doors are open. Something on the screen catches their eye, something they hear catches their attention, or even people reacting to things (usually laughter) brings people in to see what's going on. In order to promote an "open" feeling to the viewing rooms, I don't expect this to change any time soon.
So, any other feedback/questions, feel free to post here!
Posted: Oct 29 2012, 07:11 PM
Member No.: 1,900
Joined: 23-October 11
No complaints here. I think the viewing rooms were run very well.