Nowadays you can do many things to learn about cities in the world: you can watch YouTube video's, watch photo's, read about it, talk about it, or use Google earth. Sofar all true, but what about seeing parts of the city by moving your mouse to any direction, out of your chair and decide yourself what you would like to see !. Yes that is possible in the video trailer below, a video in 360 degree recorded. This is a small example of how to experience a city, my hometown Eindhoven; in Dutch people say often "eindhoven de gekste". You will seesome of the City Centre, Architecture, Philips lighttower, Soccer club PSV, outside on the Hightech Campus, inside the Evoluon, Pieter v.d. Hoogenbrand Olympic Swimstadium, the market etc. etc. Interesting for any city in the world that wants to boost their city marketing, that want to reach more people, and facilitate browsing their city online in a unique way. A city is a brand and needs to be effectivaly communicated to the targeted communities. To be viewed only for the moment on mac/pc and laptop but soon via our new app on mobile devices as well (flash-html5 transition).
Yesterday we spent a full day working on a video and photo project for a customer. Place: Port of Rotterdam, after Shanghai and Singaporte worlds busiest Harbour. We were busy with ground shootings and also aerial shots. The weather was just spot on terrific, blue sky, and a little wind. Besides the hectic but interesting scene of moving boats, cranes, trucks and people, we also noticed how busy it was in the air. For me personally a fantastic moment to see nature and technology coming together in a friendly way. A true special meeting and experience. Hope the gulls have the same opion....
Paul Raats Creative Views