Travel Nevada – “Don’t Fence Me In”
The Nevada Division of Tourism (TravelNevada.com) kicked off a mobile tour in California cities as part of its first-ever “Don’t Fence Me In” 360-degree video and experiential disruptive instillation tour.
Wind River – Self-Driving Car
Experience what the future of self-driving cars will feel like, with this immersive VR experience. Take a look around, as your car navigates alternate routes through construction, checks your calendar and even turns on the lights in your home as you pull into the driveway.
Australian Reptile Park
Snakes, Kangaroos, Alligators and other critters are what it’s all about at the Australian Reptile Park.
Qantas & Destination NSW – Vivid Sydney
Qantas and Destination NSW wanted to inspire interstate and international travel for the 2016 & 2017 Vivid Sydney displays. We worked closely with both organisations to capture a unique 360 Virtual Reality experience for social media and headset usage.
Knox Grammar School – With Me Now
Knox were looking to stand out from their competitors to attract new students, but in particular boarders, from around the country. They decided to produce a creative 360 video which allowed them to showcase the best of their school for one-on-one presentations at trade shows.
Sports Illustrated – Team USA Rowing Team
We were commissioned by Sports Illustrated to shoot the world’s most successful women’s rowing team, Team USA Women’s Eight during one of their training sessions for the exclusive Olympic edition.
How K-pop is driving Korean VR
K-pop idols are helping VR gain popularity in South Korea. By combining K-pop and VR korean content producers are spreading their immersive gospel to the masses.
Barry Callebaut – The Fourth Chocolate Flavor
Barry Callebaut is among the world’s largest cocoa producers and grinders. The company was created in 1996 through the merging of the Belgian chocolate producer Callebaut and the French company Cacao Barry. The HQ is currently based in Zürich, Switzerland, and operates over 30 countries worldwide.
Lifehouse VR Treatment Trial
Start VR spearheaded a collaboration with Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Samsung Australia to bring virtual reality experiences to patients undergoing chemotherapy. The aim was to use VR as “distraction therapy”, a means of easing the psychological and physical distress often associated with undergoing chemotherapy. More broadly, the Lifehouse VR Treatment Trial had, as its object, to explore the application of VR in a healthcare setting.
Property marketer and boutique real estate agents Laing + Simmons approached Start VR with a VR marketing plan for a property development in North Sydney. The development, known as Edge 28, featured unobstructed eastern views. Laing + Simmons wanted to give potential buyers a true preview of the breathtaking view from their future home.