One Deadly Weekend In America - BBC Three
The BBC wanted to use VR to create a high impact trailer for a ninety-minute documentary about gun crime in the USA. We created a two-minute computer-generated VR film with ambisonic sound, which immerses the viewer in an American street scene and takes them on a walk into an increasingly dangerous part of town, ending with a dramatic encounter with a gunman.
Released in July 2017 on the BBC’s VR app, YouTube and Facebook.
The Mystery Corals - The Economist
The Economist commissioned us to make two 360˚ documentary films as part of their Oceans series. The intention of the series was to reflect the passion of people on the frontline of marine biology and we wanted to combine the thrill of a dive in 360 with real content and a compelling narrative.
Released in January 2017 on The Economist’s VR app, Facebook and YouTube. By May 2017, The Mystery Corals had been viewed over 1 million times.
Get On Board – The America’s Cup
Argus Insurance, a major sponsor of the Softbank Team Japan in the 2017 America’s Cup, wanted to give the Bermudan people an exclusive experience to engage them with this extraordinary, adrenaline-fuelled and highly technical sailing competition. The idea was to create a series of short 360 documentary films to take viewers inside the team and to experience the thrill of being on a boat travelling at 50 mph.
Released in May 2017 on the Argus 360 app (which we designed and built as part of the project) and YouTube.
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