Guests could don an Oculus Rift unit and immerse themselves in a fully rendered, explorable world.
To celebrate the release of their ever-popular line of inflatable Xmas decorations, Canadian Tire wanted to wow people at a large press event. To help, Pixelpusher partnered with their innovation department and set to work developing something that would turn heads. Since one of the featured inflatable decorations was Yoda, we knew that whatever we came up with had to be truly amazing.
Feel that? It’s a great excitement in the force – an Oculus Rift powered 3D world of holiday wonder. In order to create a literal show-stopping environment for trade show visitors, we went virtual. Guests could don an Oculus Rift unit, and immerse themselves in a fully rendered, explorable world populated by the inflatable decorations – Yoda, the Minions, Santa and more. Amazing? It was, yes.
Brightening up breakfast for Bon Matin.
A live action videogame streamed to Facebook Live
They asked us to create an in-car driving simulator using real Ford production cars.
Gatorade Sweat Machine
Clothing retailer Express wanted to make a splash at events across Canada.
Get up close and personal with the Bachelor Canada.
Canadian Tire needed a way to wow people at an upcoming tradeshow.
Dr. Oetker asked us to think outside of the [pizza] box.
MiO POV used RTMP streaming to capture live video
Metrolinx, Southern Ontario’s regional rail authority, wanted to publicize some expansion plans.