Being in Orlando to forge new partnerships across the USA, we couldn't resist making a demo in front of the iconic Orlando Eye...
A few weeks ago, we were in Florida for an important site survey (more info to come) and we've taken this opportunity to make some demos in Miami.
South Pointe Park Pier offers plenty of possibilities and passers-by were more than happy to take part in this improvised test session!
Here are two shots with our friends Lindsay and Javier:
This week, our team was in Bretagne to finalise the details for a summer installation in an amazing location - stay tuned!
We took this opportunity to unlock the full visual potential of this lovely region and organised a demo session in Ploumanac'h.
The Pink Granite Coast, so-called because of the colour of its rocks, is one of the most beautiful stretches of Brittany’s coastline. The area is renowned for its unusual rock formations, the best of which can be found on the coastal path between Perros-Guirec and the port of Ploumanac’h.
We concentrated our tests around the lighthouse Mean Ruz. Built in 1860 and destroyed in 1944, it had been rebuilt in pink granite in 1947. The view is beautiful, and the huge pink granite blocks are impressive.
On our way to Macao, we've made a stop in Hong Kong. This was the perfect opportunity to make some demos in this amazing destination...
At first, we went to Victoria Peak - Hong Kong Island's highest point and a landmark of the Hong Kong skyline.
Before flying back to Brussels, we've made a stop in the Nan Lian Garden - a Chinese Classical Garden in Diamond Hill. The garden has an area of 3.5 hectares. It is designed in the Tang Dynasty-style with hills, water features, trees, rocks and wooden structures.
Selfie vs panoramic selfie: the contest!
We were recently asked to make a comparison between a regular selfie and a panoramic selfie... Which one will be the most efficient on social media do you think?
From 24th of November till 26th of December we'll have a temporary installation set up on the top of Saint-Etienne Temple.
This Protestant church was built between 1858 and 1868, designed by J.B. Schacre in the highly fashionable Neo-Gothic style. Located on the Place de la Réunion, Saint-Etienne Temple is also a mecca of culture at the heart of the city with concerts, exhibitions and events.
Everyone attending the Christmas Market (on Wed, Fri, Sat and Sun) will get their free panoramic selfie. Don't miss it!
We've been invited by the tourism authorities of the Namur Province to present our panoramic selfie solution to the main tourism actors in the region. The meeting was held at the Citadel of Namur and this was a good occasion for a demo!
Following this demo, we were lucky to get this article in the local newspaper:
We're currently installing a permanent installation at the Atomium in Brussels and the result is quite impressive! Stay tuned for more...
Today, we were lucky to make some tests from an amazing place: the roof of Palais 5 at Brussels Expo. Built in 1935 for the World Exposition, this building offers a breath-taking view on Brussels and the Atomium.
Have a look at our demo!
While in Madrid (see other blog post about Plaza Toros de Las Ventas), we took the opportunity to make this demo in the Parc del Buen Retiro...
The Buen Retiro Park is a large and popular 1.4 km2 (350 acres) park at the edge of the city centre, very close to the Puerta de Alcalá and not far from the Prado Museum. A magnificent park, filled with beautiful sculpture and monuments, galleries, a peaceful lake and host to a variety of events, it is one of Madrid's premier attractions. The park is entirely surrounded by the present-day city.
Dakota Photos is the main concession photography companies in Spain with some really nice sites. They asked to make a demo on their site at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas (often shortened to Las Ventas). This is a famous bullring situated in the Guindalera quarter of the district of Salamanca, it was inaugurated on June 17, 1931. It has a seating capacity of 25,000.
The belfry is part of the Charleroi City Hall, designed by architect Joseph André in 1936. It is a perfect blend of Classicism and Art Deco. The 70-metre-high belfry can be accessed by climbing 250 stairs and was built using blue and white stone and bricks. It is crowned with a small bronze tower. The last three levels are reserved for the chambers of the 47 bells forming the carillon. Every fifteen minutes it chimes out a few bars of folk songs by Jacques Bertrand, the bard of Charleroi. This belfry is a UNESCO world heritage site and can now be visited by tourists every Wed an Sat afternoons.
We couldn't resist to test our panoramic selfie technology on this beautiful - but sadly quite unknown - historical site...