Virtual Reality: Immersive Experiences in Research

September 24, 2013
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Posted by: Dave Sackman
It’s been about two years since my first experience in the goggles – virtual reality goggles, that is.  I was in Santa Barbara meeting with a collection of academics and researchers working to develop tools to understand the role of emotions and the non-conscious in consumer behavior.  I was escorted into a room and handed the HMD (head mounted display). ...
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Fads: Bad or Rad?

August 19, 2013
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Posted by: Dave Sackman
The market research industry was fairly slow to innovate during its first 40-50 years. For most of that time, the industry intensely focused on scientific ...
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The Tech Boom: The Case for MRX

July 22, 2013
Posted by: Joan Cassidy
No matter what industry or country you operate in, responding to an evolving marketplace has always been the key to business success. Rather than merely ...
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Market Research: Innovation or Extermination?

January 22, 2013
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Posted by: Joan Cassidy
Business is moving at warp speed, technology disrupting, new sources producing countless bytes of data, and we’re all tangled up in social networks. It’s 2013 ...
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Keys to Success: Be Curious

August 2, 2012
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Posted by: Dave Sackman
I live in Los Angeles so I have spent a fair amount of time on the beach in Malibu.  In Malibu, you walk down the ...
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