Weird & Wonderful
From bespoke screens used to augment live engagement experiences or complicated live action assets for interactive OOH advertising. If you have something unusual or complicated we will always understand what is needed. We’ve actually inherited lot of interesting and technically demanding projects because we’ve been the only people to take the time to get our heads around what is needed. Unusual media offers both technical challenges and also interesting creative opportunities. Our studio, with its custom camera rigs and exotic optical tools is also a great place to R+D a project or check feasibility. So even if we haven’t done exactly what you need our experience with oversized and odd shaped screens, 3d Scanning, interactive mobile content, holographic panels, 3d shop fronts and stereo Tv ads will at least allow us to be able to knowledgable advice you on the best route forward.
Please contact us if you’d like to discuss either a potential project or would like to see what we have worked on. The limitations of website framed media means we are sharing only a small portion of our work here.
Schwarzkopf and Easa Live wanted a film that played alongside both sides of a catwalk in a repurposed underground Berlin train station. A life size model would walk 50meters in tandem with ‘real’ models on a catwalk. The in-situ film was so long that we created this composite edit to give the feel.
16oz have been repeatedly commissioned to create all the screen content for Tigi’s big world release shows. The last of these was in Vegas and both its fantastical themes and oversized LED walls presented a wonderful opportunity. Here is a quick compilation of some of the bespoke support films.
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How to trick shoppers that there is a man holding his breath in a tank in a shopping mall? Here is what we did
One of the most time challenging projects we have worked on was a 2d and 3d TV ad with multiple 3d promos for Epson. With final assets that inc Stills the pressure was high as time was very limited and shooting football stars at 1000fps in 3d had not been attempted! Here is the 20sec 3d TV ad (in 2d)