We can adapt our standard solutions, or we can build something from scratch.
That’s another benefit of having everything in-house, under one roof – the software developers, the draftsmen, the graphic designers, the craftsmen, and the muscle-power.
But, every now and then, something extra-special is required.
For example, you might want to fit a bespoke immersive facility into your premises; or you might have space constraints that require a smaller footprint; or you might want to create a permanent installation; or you could choose to go for über-high-definition with many more projectors and/or a professionally-specced sound system.
So, do speak to us about the options.
The thing is, it’s what we live and breathe. We stay-up with the technologies. We keep ahead of the trends. And we have several ‘world-firsts’ to our name.
For example, we started projection mapping onto cars way before it became common-place. We pioneered the use of fully-spherical projections. And we’ve crammed a huge array of projectors into an immersive room at one of NYC’s most exclusive new buildings.
So, please, tell us what you’re imagining, and we’ll work out how to make it a reality.
Sometimes they want us to design, build and install the complete caboodle. Sometimes they will want us to deliver specific components. And, often, they will expect us to be part of an extended team – working alongside third-party engineers, designers, creative and fitters.
So, talk to us about how you’d like to manage your project and structure your teams.
It was first shown at the 55th Venice Biennale. It then featured at the Emirati Expressions exhibition in Abu Dhabi. And it’s been selected as a permanent exhibit for the new Guggenheim in the UAE.
The media attention was just incredible – including the Financial Times, the New York Times, BBC News, and Huffington Post (to name just a few)
Working closely with our client Drive Productions, we designed and installed a 20-channel immersive projection system for the CWM FX 4D Experience Tunnel at the London Boat Show.
The idea was to drop the audience into the middle of the ocean by combining photorealistic CGI imagery, 4D environmental effects and surround sound.
For the Department of Sport and Exercise Science at Brighton University, our design team proposed a 180° screen that is easily stored quickly erected whenever it’s needed.
The projection and audio system are permanently fixed, allowing for quick set-up times and little need for warping. It’s then used to research reaction time and decision-making in sport, and to assess the psychological effect of immersing athletes in unfamiliar surroundings.
For the global launch of the Nissan Navara NP300, we installed an Igloo-plex deep in the heart of the Thai jungle.
Over a ten-day show, 100s of journalists from across the globe were blown away by the striking 360° - and of course the features of the Navara itself.
Way back in 2010, one of the assignments that made our name was the creation of a real-attention grabber for the launch of the new Toyota Auris Hybrid car.
It was one of the first times that projection mapping was used on a car, so it quickly went viral and created waves of interest across our sector.