We recently worked with the National Trust to produce a timeline display about Ralph Vaughan William’s life at Leith Hill Place.
The display wraps around a room where his piano is on show so we threw some ideas around.
We felt the best way to make a record of our work was with a 360 degree video.
The thinking was that it would give people an intimate and personal experience of the room and the design.
An experience that you can’t really get from photos or standard video as you aren’t in control.
Thanks to the support of our friends at Phygital, it was a lot of fun to produce!
We have enjoyed exploring the room by clicking and dragging but also by using a VR headset.
We strongly believe that immersive video and virtual reality have tremendous benefits for businesses of all sizes from all industries.
Virtual reality is still in its early stages but it has so much potential in providing consumers with a new and immersive experience that they will have never had before.
If this is something you would like to consider for your business, we would love to have a chat!