Jam Session #70 - Enter the Danceverse

Reader Note - This week’s Jam Session may be new for some of you. For years now, I have been writing my investors and employees to share exciting developments at Dance Party Innovations (DPI) - company updates, new product updates, and generally reflections on the world of innovation that DPI operates in. After receiving numerous requests, I have decided to open up Jam Sessions to our loyal customer base.

This week, I am excited to announce a new DPI innovation skunk works project called Danceverse. The world has long-awaited the synthesis of dance and alternate reality, but it waits no longer. Danceverse, currently in prototype stage, will be an immersive, real life, virtual reality experience enabling dancers worldwide the opportunity to dance anywhere in their wildest imaginations.

We have already begun the hard work of making Danceverse a reality. Last month we hired 4,000 AI engineers and moved them into our project headquarters, a working dance club in Berlin, called Dancehaüs, which we acquired 2 years ago. 17-time winner of “Hottest Dance Club In Berlin”, the Dancehaüs was the only place with enough ambition to house a project of this significance. Dancehaüs creates ideal conditions for innovation to occur. While it took a few weeks for the dancers and engineers to grow accustomed warm up to each other, we’ve found that the engineers, especially, have grown quite fond of their new working environment.

How do we know this will work? It’s a question I get all the time, with good reason. At the earliest stages of innovation, it is hard to tell the difference between true industry disruption and regular disruption. As my friend and sometimes competitor Zuck and I both know, the future is in the verse. Whether it is Meta or Dance, only time will tell. 

What I can tell you is that a A customer once said “you are the Willy Wonka of dance.” I don’t tend to like comparisons to legendary historical figures, but what I can tell you is we  I’m not sure about that, but we are the music makers. And, we are the dreamers of dreams.

Jam Sanderton



Overheard in the hallway this week . . .

“I eat, dumpshit, and innovate” - Dance Engineer


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