For Jornal da Madeira we created a VR web-app that allowed readers to “visit” these locations by scanning a QR code and exploring them through VR by moving their smartphones around as well as “star” locations and have extra information about them.
For the Forum Madeira Fashion 2019 we Provided all spectators with a AR web-app they could access through a simple link. Using it users were able to see and save what all the models were wearing as well as experiencing the show as if they were underwater (since its theme was the oceans) with each brand having its own animal and special effects to make it stand out.
For the WebSummit 2019 Madeira Stand we created a walkable VR experience where in just 3 square meters you could explore 7 different locations of Madeira Island by either walking or jumping. This way you could explore very different landscapes of the region: from the beautiful forests in the mountains to the pebble beaches near the ocean. At the same time if you were to jump in any of these locations you would enter a small adrenaline fueled experience such as going downhill in the mountains or riding the famous Monte basket sleds
What if you could see a far away monument before you travelled there or if you could choose your next vacations by travelling to any location in the blink of an eye? And what if you could explore all of this by simply walking?
With TBYFAR you now can!
What if your clients could “post” photos and videos directly to a feed that only exists at your location?
That was the idea behind the TakeovAR frame: A normal picture frame with an AR twist that allows all your clients to upload images or small-videos to it, thus creating an invisible display powered by your customers’ content and all of it completely under your supervision and control.