We once again teamed up with writer and director Hannah Phillips to produce a set of 'on-stage' films and a series of interactive elements the audience could play with for her recent version of Heterophobia, which was shown at the hippodrome Birmingham 2014.

As well as directing, designing, animating and filming the trailer, [and we sang the theme tune – sorry! - we did make the music though] for the show we made a series of interactive stage sets using multi-projections and us VJing live on stage. We have been experimenting with augmented reality for a few years but avoided using it before within our commercial work as we felt that the majority of AR had been over-done in the world of advertising. However, this project gave us the perfect chance to roll out a few ideas. You can see a case study here: Hetero_Case_Film

Images are a mixture of the live performance, trailer and set film

Films Projected onto Set  

Set Film Screengrab  

Set Film Screengrab  

Films Projected onto Set  

Set Film Screengrab  

Films Projected onto Set  

Set Film Screengrab  

Set Film Screengrab  

Films Projected onto Set  

Set Film Screengrab

Set Film Screengrab  

Set Film Screengrab  

Set Film Screengrab  

WMA Vjing and DJing   

WMA Vjing and DJing   

AR  

AR  

AR  

Set Film Screengrab  

AR  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Trailer / Promo For Play  

Set Film Screengrab  

Actor and AR on Screens  

 

 

 

Audience interacts with the VR and   

AR   

AR  

AR & Actor perfroming  

Building the Set [get in]