The crew at Voyager's Table asked us to create an Augmented Reality photo booth. The experience gave people the capability to write with light. It looks like everyone had a good time! Take a look below at some of their creations.
April was a packed month for Top360. Not only were we wrapping our Leap Motion project and the Sushi 360 - we started a new project with Dell and AeroFarms. To help show off the amazing work AeroFarms is doing Dell asked us to film a 360 tour of their high-tech vertical farm. We had a week to film, edit, review and deliver a Dell Visor 360 app ready for Dell Technologies World. With the coordinated efforts of the Dell IoT team, AeroFarms and Top360 - three Visor packages were ready to go for the conference! The 360 experience was enthusiastically received at DTW and is now being sent all over to help promote AeroFarms' ground breaking vertical farming technology.
A few behind the scene shots at AeroFarms
Getting the Dell Visors set-up and the launch at Dell World
Top360 partnered up with Tosolini Productions to film some sushi in 360. Erik Scheel, Creative Director for Top360, lent his expertise in 360 production by directing the shoot using the Insta360 Pro. The shoot was a resounding success - unfortunately we can't go into any further details at this moment. Stay Tuned. :)
After our production wrapped with the Dell Solar Classroom we had a day left to explore Bogota. Tiempo de Juego suggested we head up to Monserrate, and that's just what we did! It was the perfect setting to film the beauty of the park and the weather couldn't have been better!
Here is the second 360° experience for Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau.
The wonderful folks at the Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau partnered with The Port of Seattle and asked us to create three 360° virtual tours. We filmed in multiple locations all over the Long Beach Peninsula and to help create a more immersive experience each tour was captured along with ambisonic 360° audio. Below are some bts pics and make sure to check out Long Beach's Facebook page. :)
A while back we were asked to take an standard 16:9 flatty animation and put it into a 360° space. Rather than just place the video in front of the viewer we were able to incorporate the visuals with the space. Which helps make a more immersive experience.