Web users will have front row seats at this year’s Chicago Auto Show, as TrueLook webcams broadcast live images from the show floor. TrueLook, a leading provider of interactive webcams, is hosting a number of webcams from across the 1.2 million square foot show floor. The cameras are accessible through the Chicago Auto Show’s website, and allow unlimited users to simultaneously view, pan, and zoom the cameras.
“The interactive webcams greatly broaden our audience, and give our exhibitors even more exposure. TrueLook has always provided an excellent interactive way for auto enthusiasts across the globe to connect with our show.” –Mark Bilek, Internet Director
The webcams give users a number of options for sharing and saving images from the show floor. Images from the webcams can be downloaded or saved to online photo albums with detailed comments. These images can also be emailed via TrueLook’s patented LiveCard feature, or shared directly to social networks.
While well suited to promote events such as these, TrueLook technology is also used throughout the world in the construction, entertainment, and travel industries. Construction cameras provide project managers with remote job site monitoring and time-lapse archiving while resort and destination webcams are used as viral marketing tools. Other TrueLook products include live streaming video and camera surveillance packages.
Chicago’s auto show is the largest and longest running in North America. Started in 1901, the 2012 event marks the show’s 104th edition. The massive floor displays nearly 1,000 vehicles, both imported and domestic. Experimental, concept, and collector automobiles will make appearances alongside new introductions. This year’s public show is held from February 10-19 at the McCormick Place complex.