A leading 3D virtual hybrid event platform Allseated exVo entered into a partnership with the Kennedy Center for its biggest annual fundraiser, the Kennedy Center Honors. Allseated exVo is known to execute the best of both worlds, virtual events and real-life events together.

This collaboration allows Virtual Kennedy Center Honors Hub’s attendees to network with real time one-click video calls. It imitates the look and feel of a real-life event in the Kennedy Center’s iconic Grand Foyer and Opera House lobbies.

With stages, seating for attendees, sponsorships, booths, and a well-designed conference hall that looks similar to offline events, the Allseated platform gives a real-life looking experience.

In mergence with production company CharityBids and the Kennedy Center, Allseated has developed a virtual recreation of portions of the famed Center and jam-packed these spaces with exclusive performances from renowned entertainers to tailor the platform’s functionality for the Honors.

Such virtual experiences give contributors a virtual gala tour to the building, watch tributes, and interaction facilities with other members, as part of the Center’s online gala Hub.

“The creative team has exceeded our expectations,” says Kennedy Center Assistant Manager John Guastello. “The virtual component of the Honors Hub provides a unique experience that goes beyond the CBS broadcast and expands the opportunities of our audience to interact with and appreciate the brilliant artists we are honoring with this event.”

According to CharityBids CEO Israel Schachter, “Our goal was to simply take all the amazing things these two institutions have to offer and stretch their respective limits to create an experience that represents the future of performing arts exhibition and education.”

Sandy Hammer, Co-Founder of Allseated explained, “We are honored to be participating in such a prestigious event. It is for events like this that we designed exVo. The virtual reality experience in the Hub is immersive and realistic  – it is an incredible piece of work!”