Projection mapped XR for Facebook’s Rival Speak

Rival Speak CREATE TH!S utilize Notch and projection mapping to create a dynamic virtual hosting environment. Rival Speak is the weekly wrap up show based on the Facebook game show Rival Peak, the world's first audience-influenced AI interactive experience. Facebook approached LA-based creative production studio CREATE TH!S

A streamlined creative process for product launches

McLaren Artura Launch McLaren introduced their new hybrid supercar and unveiled the McLaren Technology Centre with a striking launch film featuring Daniel Ricardo. Bild delivered the technical planning and onsite execution, working alongside creative director Ben Kreukniet, Notch designer Lewis Kyle White and advertising agency Media Monks.

Interactive particle systems and AR at the EE BAFTA’s

EE BAFTAS with Liam Payne An unforgettable EE BAFTA opening performance sees Liam Payne performing in a world of particles with a holographic avatar of himself. NorthHouse and Black Skull Creative threw away the rulebook for the EE BAFTA's 2021 opening performance. Their contemporary design featured an

Millions of pixels rendered to an extraordinary scale

The Projected Desert Cocolab uses projection mapping and Notch to immerse the public in the worlds of ten renowned artists. Projected Desert was created by the Meow Wolf Team and developed in collaboration with Cocolab. The Projected Desert combines artworks from Alex and Allyson Grey, Luke Brown,

Art and technology unite for Criolo’s epic XR performance on Twitch

‘Criolo XR’ Live Stream on Twitch Criolo XR combines Notch + Unreal for the first-ever extended reality show held in Brazil. Streamed live from Boop Studios in São Paulo, Brazil, Criolo XR united art and technology for an epic performance hosted by Twitch. The concert featured various

Harmonious real-time audio responsive visuals in Paris

When Virtually Meets Reality Superbien encapsulates a live symphony orchestra with audio responsive projected artworks created in Notch. ‘Virtually Meets Reality’ first aired at the Jardin des Plantes' giant dome in Paris in April 2020. Created for French software company Dassault Systèmes, the installation explores how virtual

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