When Porsche launched their latest model they wanted a way to capture people sitting in the driver’s seat. So we installed a photo booth complete with lighting mounted from the inside windscreen. Guests could take and share photos from the front seats.
An overhead camera captured high-resolution photos of the Great Britain Olympic Team posing with their kit. The athletes could position themselves by viewing the overhead monitor then trigger the photo themselves using a remote button.
Now an institution at Westfield Carindale, each year we build a custom 1970’s set for Awkward Family Photos. A camera is mounted to look like a TV and the dining room table replaces plates for sharing stations. It’s a fully immersive experience.
A camera mounted behind the backboard allowed us to create a Slam Dunk action camera for Adidas. Guests could share their action videos from sharing stations just moments later.
We styled an area in the middle of Westfield where you could play with all the confetti you wanted and at the same time make GIFs. What’s not to love?
We created a black out tent for PWC to allow students to create immersive video projected GIFs (which required a darkened space). This was toured around offices and Universities in Australia as part of their graduate program.
Armani needed a fully self-contained, self-operated photo kiosk that could also house a printer for a 3 month activation in Sydney International Airport. So we made them a custom free-standing photo kiosk.