A North East production management and audio visual company is making audience participation events easier than ever before with a brand new invention.
Big Purple Productions created the Big Mic Ball, which removes the need to pass around a hand held microphone and adds quirky touch to events.
The company initially created the alternative microphone to combat its own challenges for mic use in a large audience, but it has now been sold across the globe.
The Big Mic Ball is a soft ball made from foam which houses a radio microphone, and can be thrown into an audience without fear of damage.
It was dreamed up by Big Purple director, Eddie McKay, who wanted to find a solution to the clunky practice of having to hand a mic around.
“We were just sick of doing it and it could also interrupt the flow of an event if you had a big audience,” he said.
“So I decided to create a solution which would work and had some novelty value as well.”
The mic ball, which is made of the same material as a stress ball, is now being imported to 13 countries around the world and the company is looking at other options such as a rugby ball shape.
“We are able to brand them up for clients if required as well and can produce them in a variety of colours,” said Ed.
“We’ve found a simple and highly effective solution to a problem, which works perfectly and gives an added wow factor to an event.”
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