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3D Projection Mapping – Content Demo Reel

We have been lucky enough to work with some amazing brands over the last couple of years, in producing some very high impact experiential executions. These have ranged from projection installations as small as mannequins with every evolving clothing to large scale building projections such as the Hyundai and Sports Illustrated projects and even the largest installation at Coachella in April 2013.

We have taken some of our favourites and rolled them into one high impact reel for you… feel the energy!

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Imagine what we could do for your brand, organization or event.

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Go2 is FINALIST at DSE Awards

We are very honoured to announce that Go2 Productions has been nominated for DSE Awards.

DSE, (Digital Signage Expo), is the world’s largest international trade show dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology, and Out-of-Home networks. In short, it is the biggest industry event for Projection Mapping for the year! Our content has been nominated for the following categories:
▪ Projection Mapping – Education: For the production we created to help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Simon Fraser University
▪ Projection Mapping Content – Public Spaces: For a monumental advertising event for online commercial real estate listing giant – Loopnet, where we made an entire building disappear in downtown L.A.!
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Multi Award-Winning SFU Video Nominated For Yet More Hardware

The SFU 50th Anniversary Campaign projection mapping we conceived and produced, already awarded with a gold at the DSE awards (Digital Signage Expo Awards) in Las Vegas, has also been nominated for the International Special Events Society (ISES) 2014 Esprit Awards.

Congratulations to the entire Go2 team and SFU for trusting our creativity and dedication in making their launch event a unique and memorable one.

The video itself utilizes cutting-edge 3D Projection Mapping, a digital technology that brings walls and flat surfaces to life. In the video, the back wall of the prestigious SFU theatre is transformed into a moving, breathing surface, which then becomes a window on the world from the air, as we soar above Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey along with some feathered companions.

Initially, SFU approached Go2 to produce a video that was to be projected on to a regular 16×9 screen. Once we did a site visit we suggested that the entire back wall of the theatre should be the canvas. After viewing our previous projection mapping work, SFU’s event team decided to let us take the lead in producing something totally unexpected for the 500 attendees. Our projection mapping piece was kept completely secret so maximum impact could be achieved on the evening of the event. No one expected the walls to start moving quite like this.

Learn more about the project and watch the video here.