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Immersive experiences

One of the best ways to share information is through the creation of immersive experiences  that create a visceral, emotional response.

Sad, happy, reflective, exhilarating emotions are as indelible and evocative as the memory of a scent from our childhood.

Being clear about what you mean is important - but being clear about what you feel is invaluable.

We've designed and developed immersive installations from the ground up - transforming a disused reception area into an intimate object theater.  We've recreated a 7th century chemistry lab to serve as a stage for the story of the first days of chemistry and observation - and an holographic space to highlight recent achievements of a high tech synthetic energy company.

Welcome to the Qube

Currently in development, the Qube is a portable immersive experience, providing an effective combination of marketing and entertainment ideal for shopping centers, exhibitions, science centers and museums. 

The system can be adapted to resemble an elevator, a wildlife 'blind' or 'hide,' or a space capsule. It offers synchronized screens, lighting, vibrations, wind, scent and mist for a multi-sensory experience.

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The Birdlife South Africa virtual hide (blind)

The virtual hide and 360 content takes visitors into a thrilling world with important information and images about a critically endangered penguin, the African penguin. Click the video on the left for insight into how the installation works.

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The SASOL experience room
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RTA History of Transport Dubai
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The Origins of Chemistry

For the King Abdullah Museum of Science and Technology, we designed an immersive intimate theater, resembling a 7th century chemistry laboratory in the Middle East. Projection mapping, synchronized screens, lighting and mechanical effects, combined to tell the story of the development of chemistry into a science.

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