Our ground-breaking, three-dimensional media invite you to explore any place as though you were really there. Our services allow you to create an immersive, three-dimensional virtual copy of your dream home, space or place. Our virtual services also allow you to keep customers in the know with bespoke interactive points, giving them key information as they explore your virtual spaces. Optimised for web, mobile and virtual reality.
Built in the style of a French Renaissance chateaux by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, Waddesdon Manor was completed in 1883 as the iconic family’s Aylesbury escape and is the only example of the 19th century ‘Rothschild style’. We worked closely with Waddesdon Manor and The Rothchild Foundation to create virtual tours, opening up and providing insights to rooms that are not currently accessible to the public. Find out more about VR at Waddesdon.
TAG Aviation: Selected Private Jets
TAG Aviation is the world leader in private jet charter. The company’s charter fleet boasts a wide variety of jets to suit all needs, from four-seaters to a Boeings 757 that takes 50 people, in pure luxury. We work across Europe with TAG to create bespoke films and virtual tours which enhance their charter sale experience, and promotional content for a complete portfolio of business aviation services.
Hannah Cork: 'How I See Things'
Hannah Cork is a contemporary photographer who captures how she sees things, using her iPhone. The device’s immediacy and simplicity allow her to create strong compositions in everyday surroundings. Her images exalt colour, line and light - highlighting what is often rather stark subject matter. We worked with Hannah to create a virtual tour of her recent exhibition, How I See Things at the Menier Gallery.
Virtually walk through retail spaces using immersive and virtual tours to explore, for example, Gatsby Menswear and its luxurious clothing, accessories and services from the ease of your tablet, phone or desktop.
Elisa Iannacone: 'The Spiral of Containment: Rape's Aftermath'
A multimedia art installation exploring the psychological impact of rape through the imagination’s eye. Elisa Iannacone, a survivor and camerawoman, aims to open up dialogue and facilitate healing by expressing trauma through art. The immersive and engaging installation tackles taboos and allow the audience to become active participants within the environment. Explore the exhibition here.
Church: All Saints Marlow
The iconic doors at All Saints Marlow are (nearly) always open, but if you can’t make it in person, you can still take a Virtual Tour. In its central location, the church is not just at the heart of Marlow geographically, but also spiritually.