Project: Timecode Lab was asked to take a 360 gigapixel photo of the Sun Life family photo at the 2013 Montreal High Lights Festival.
This panoramic photo, at a definition of over one billion pixels, allows incredible zoom inside the image and offers the opportunity of tagging and sharing via email, Facebook and Twitter.
Click here to see the project.
Project: 24x360 Project by Patrick Rochon / Timecode Lab / Eric Paré
24x360 is a purely artistic and experimental project using lightp painting and Timecode 360.
The project was born after a very intense year mounting ans unmounting our rig in various live events.
We then finally sat down at our Montreal studios to create inspiring 360 degree bullet time light painting.
Click here to see the whole project: 24x360.com
Project: As part of its Osheaga festival sponsorship, Chevrolet wanted to showcase its new Spark in an all-new and interactive way.
Chevrolet's advertising agency, Cossette communication, briefed Timecode Lab and its partner VYV to create a video projection immersive experience to showcase Spark’s main attributes. Final result led to a 360 video projection on a moving car controlled by an iPad along with 360 video projection ride simulation.
Project: Nolitours was looking for a way to increase the popularity of its It Zone vacation formula designed for people expecting more than just sun and sand on their vacation.
Timecode Lab was asked to provide Live Pixel technology for Nolitour squad team. Brand ambassadors equipped with Canon DSLRs and iPads went to trendy bars and allowed participant to register to a contest, take a picture, and share it on Facebook.
Project: Traditional Santa-Claus picture has been completely revamped by Holt Renfrew through the use of Timecode 3D technology. After taking their shot in good company, customers were invited to share their picture through Facebook, Twitter or email.
Project: As part of the new Chevrolet Sonic launch in Quebec, Timecode Lab was asked to take bullet-time pictures with Timecode 360 technology. Participants had the chance to instantly share their photos on Facebook, Twitter, or email.
Project: For the second consecutive year, Timecode Lab was asked to realize Osheaga’s official video. After three days of amazing music, three days of editing, and three nights without much sleep…this video will give chills to all those who had the chance to attend this fantastic festival.
We create experiences worth sharing, which are personalized yet gripping content traveling extensively
through social media
We believe that the experience alone is not enough, it must be the starting point of a conversation
created on the field and continuing online. Experiential content creation is our target, technology,
research and creativity are our tools to achieve it.