We are just back from New York, and are proud to have worked on a project for Canon USA – which is a great compliment for us as a photography company. Once every five years, Canon throws open its doors and lets people explore their most cutting edge developments. From 250 megapixel sensors to 8K […]
IOS: here you can read about IOS in virtual tours and see examples of IOS 360 virtual tours.
This year, M&S have created a storm on social media with their Follow the Fairies campaign. The fairies, Magic & Sparkle, perform random acts of kindness, such as the Cornish primary children getting into school and finding it magically covered in snow! Initially, the two fairies were anonymous, and there was much press speculation about […]
The Brief Global creative communications agency Imagination partnered with Eye Revolution to create the Canon Live Visit, a virtual tour of the Canon stand at photokina. photokina is the world’s leading photography and imaging fair, taking place in Cologne. With more than 180,000 visitors from over 150 countries, photokina is an opportunity to engage with […]
Land Rover unveiled their new long wheelbase Range Rover at the recent Los Angeles International Auto Show. Eye Revolution were asked to produce a high-resolution 360 of the interior of this top-of-the-range luxury car. The long wheelbase offers an additional 7.3 inches of legroom for rear seat passengers to stretch out and enjoy all the […]
The Brief Very.co.uk wanted to utilise their partnership with Channel 5 and the Celebrity Big Brother house to provide a shop window for their target audience. Eye Revolution was briefed to provide interactive 360 images of 9 areas within the Big Brother house and create an interface that allowed viewers to click on the products […]
Eye Revolution founder Will Pearson has been selected as the London guest photographer for the Arounder Touch iPhone app. “I am delighted to have been chosen to be the photographer for London – it’s a real honour. The app is well designed and easy to use, giving an insight into locations all around the globe.” […]