Throughout the centuries, the Dutch have fought a battle against the water. To make children and their parents more aware of the importance of swimming lessons and to show how fun they are, the National Swimming Safety Board commissioned wunderbar.live to develop a VR swimming experience.
Adexpo is a Dutch supplier of rental design furniture. At the trade show Festivak, visitors of their booth got the opportunity to explore some of the novelties of their collection using our iBeacon audio guide.
This month Luminaid enlightened the visitors of Logistica, the largest exhibition in logistics of the Netherlands, during a virtual reality 3D journey. So participants had the feeling of entering another universe and the exhibition crew had a visual tool to engage in conversation.
At the end of June 100,000 visitors entered ‘Concert at SEA’ at the Dutch coast for the sunniest edition in the history of the three-day music festival. Commissioned by DELTA – a Dutch supplier of energy and multimedia – we created an immersive and tropical 360º VR Surf Experience.
In October Studio WHY and Free Press Unlimited organized a two-day hackathon with the theme ‘Hack the Media’ at A-Lab Amsterdam. The event aimed to create solutions to challenges faced in the media by engaging journalists, technical and non-technical creatives.
In anticipation of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship later this year in Japan, sports brand Mizuno gave Dutch volleyball fans the opportunity to inform the host country Japan via social media that Team Orange is coming!
On the 18th and 19th of march the 56th edition of the Food Expo took place at the Zeelandhallen. This is the place to be for the catering, recreational and tourism industry in the Southwest of the Netherlands. Commissioned by Lyfter (sustainable web development) we designed and produced their exhibition booth.