Our projects never go unnoticed. Here are just some of the write-ups and interviews done on our projection mapping events and installations.
The conference brought the theme of “Bigger Than Us,” to life with tech-infused experiences, local artwork, and activations. Go2 consulted on the Dupot activation: “DuPont’s dome served as a space for attendees to meditate and relax, while participating in a 4-D, virtual-reality guided meditation.”
Weber Metals, a member of the Otto Fuchs Aerospace Group, recently designed a 60,000-ton hydraulic press, the largest pulldown press in the world. They came to Go2 looking for a unique solution for their inauguration event.
Read Full Article. Pages 44-45, Spring 2019 issue.
Ignite magazine featured a double-page spread on the Vancouver Events Industry Holiday party where Go2 created a visual feast combining projection mapping, hologram-like furniture and an LED DJ booth.
Read Full Article. Pages 36-37, Ignite Magazine, Feb-March 2019 issue.
Adrian Scott is one of 14 event professionals who is forging new ground through technology, strategy, design and production, sustainability, and more.
Event Tech is the world’s only conference on using social media and technology to enhance live experiences. Adrian Scott will be talking about the making of a spherical hologram, an event industry first.
WestJet came to ILEA member, Go2 Productions, looking for a turnkey solution for an event taking place after their annual general meeting at the WestJet Campus in Calgary. The focus of this event was to launch a new livery design onto their recently acquired 787 Dreamliner planes.
The ‘Mirage At Metropolis’ was a project developed in 2016 for British Columbia’s largest shopping mall, Metropolis at Metrotown. The four-storey complex hosted a 360-degree audiovisual (AV) immersive experience in its main atrium, combining colourful, animated digital projection-mapped content with a mirrored floor and ceiling.
With the Digital Signage series podcast, you will gain insight from industry experts to help make your own digital signage deployments successful as the industry continues to grow. This episode, we talk to Adrian Scott from Go2 Productions about the award-winning MIRAGE project.
Projection mapping technology is wowing audiences and providing an impressive return on investment in the form of publicity, engagement and social shares.
Canadian digital signage projects picked up more than one-third of the 2018 Apex Awards—10 out of a total of 27—at a special ceremony during last month’s Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas, Nev.
The use of projection mapping—i.e., using projected video to turn buildings and other flat surfaces into dynamic art—has exploded in recent years. Using motion graphics, video, 3-D animation, and other new technology, event hosts now have increasingly innovative ways to convey brand messaging, provide unique stage backdrops, decorate walls and ceilings, and evoke emotions.
FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2016, was an immersive and dynamic projection mapping experience, which transformed the Robson Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery, with the work of five Vancouver-based contemporary artists from August 30th to September 5th, 2016, with a special finale presentation by Go2 Productions.
Best Non Profit Event: To mark the 30th anniversary of British Columbia Children’s Hospital’s Crystal Ball, organizers sought to celebrate the event’s past with a “30 Years Through the Looking Glass” theme. Go2 produced the magical opening video that captured the essence of the fantastical novel and set the tone for the night.
For seven nights from September 4-10, the third edition of Façade Festival, an annual public art initiative and projection mapping festival in Vancouver, featured the work of ten artists, witnessed by over 35,000 attendees. Go2 Productions was the technical provider, who tested all the artwork on their in-house 8′ 3D model of the iconic Vancouver Art Gallery. They also contributed the festival’s finale, titled “Contradistinction.”
By making site-specific art happen, CODAworx is on a mission to transform every space in the world. Jury participants reviewed 465 projects from 21 countries. Winners and honorees were named in 10 categories. In addition, 50,000 online votes determined two People’s Choice prizes.
Announcing the winners of the 2017 ILEA Vancouver Distill Gala Awards. Go2 Productions won three awards: Best Audio Visual Design for an Event, Best Technical Support for an Event and Most Innovative Use of Technology for an Event.
Go2 Productions was nominated for an Excellence Award in the installation category for FAÇADE FESTIVAL. FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2016 was an immersive and dynamic projection mapping experience, which transformed the Robson Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery, with the works of five Vancouver-based contemporary artists. The event ran from August 30th to September 5th, 2016, and featured a special finale presentation by Go2 Productions.
“Let’s Make It Real” is the first major campaign for newly formed Dell Technologies, now the largest enterprise technology company in the world. The series of four television spots feature Jeffrey Wright, star of the HBO series Westworld. Tom Hooper, director of feature films including the Academy Award-winning “The King’s Speech,” directed.
The Canadian Event Industry Awards are one of the most rigorous and challenging award competitions in the world for event professionals. The judging is a 4-stage process including a first round analysis to determine shortlists, an in-depth evaluation where the entry is critically examined in detail for its calibre and merit and a final judging to elect the winners.
The editors of Event Marketer magazine announced the winners of the 2016 Experience Design and Technology Awards at the Awards Gala in Las Vegas on November 14.
Audi Canada is using some top-of-the-line technology to show off the capabilities of the Q7 SUV, but the ad isn’t using the CGI or special effects you might be expecting.
Film created by Zulu Alpha Kilo, director Dave Mossop and Go2 Productions features groundbreaking projection mapping imagery shot and lit only by moonlight.
Go2 Productions was honoured to be #36 on this list of fastest growing companies in BC based on percentage growth of revenue from 2015.
Façade Festival is back for another year to transform the Robson Street side of the Vancouver Art Gallery into a piece of projection mapping art with the help of five local artists.
The artists in this year’s Façade Festival are used to expressing their work on canvases or screens, but it’s a massive new step to project their ideas across an entire building—not to mention one as iconic as downtown’s Vancouver Art Gallery.
FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2016, an immersive and dynamic projection mapping experience, is set to transform the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Robson Street façade with the work of five Vancouver-based contemporary artists from August 30th to September 5th, 2016.
When pioneering West Coast avant-gardiste Eric Metcalfe – aka Doctor Brute – covered the façade of the old Vancouver Art Gallery with leopard spots in 1973, they were designed freehand and painted in over five nights. Forty-three years later, his signature spots appear on the exterior of the VAG as high-tech projection mapped creations, part of the city’s second annual Façade Festival.
“Mirage” is a two-minute immersive art installation, custom-built by BOLD Event Creative with visuals by Go2 Productions.
If you visit the Metropolis Mall at Metrotown before September 5 you can experience a one-of-a-kind immersive video and audio experience partially designed by Vancouver-based Go2 Productions. Called MIRAGE, this art installation gives mall visitors a 2-minute experience where their senses of depth are blown away using cutting-edge projection technology.
Is Digital Outdoor the new TV spot? “I’ve posed the question before, and more and more, it seems like the answer is an emphatic Yes! While TV is still the dominant form of media, digital outdoor in general – 3D Projection Mapping in particular – creates a blockbuster experience for all within eyeshot.
Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) created a whole new look for The National WWII Museum in New Orleans during 2015’s The Rental Show. The 100 foot tall outdoor facade was transformed with a specialized and astounding “projection mapping” animation that was three dimensional – and very blue.
Vancouver’s Go2 Productions has been instrumental in a couple of major events across the border, demonstrating their creative 3D projection mapping. 3D projection mapping brings irregular surfaces to life, which brings stunning impact to events like product launches.
A Vancouver-based video marketing company managed to light up the room and score a pair of major awards for digital signage this week. Go2 Productions, which specializes in creating massive digital projections, was honoured with the gold prize for projection mapping (education) by judges at the Digital Signage Expo on February 12.