Signing a petition is a very personal act, but it can lose that element on the page. By taking selfies that were turned into 3D models, we worked with m ss ng p eces to make sure that each person was represented in a more immediate way at this UN event. These were displayed live and could also be shared on social media.
Pop up activations are about putting something of immediate importance on display. Traveling with Pop2Life for Comedy Central’s Trump Twitter Library, we programmed a siren to send out an alert in the space every time President Trump tweeted and displayed the live feed on a screen below.
In collaboration with Richard Attias & Associates, Gramercy Tech created a badging and check in process with access control for the Africa Business Forum. Hosted by Bloomberg Philanthropies and the US Department of Commerce, invitees included American business leaders, African heads of government, and US government officials.
Large scale events like X Games need flawless credentialing systems, that provide access control without long lines slowing everyone down. Producing and designing thousands of custom badges for ESPN, we also integrated barcodes for security and controlled access points onsite.
As part of an interactive wall, we designed a digital birthday cake with a candle you could blow out. Watching the digital flame actually react and extinguish brought a little bit of magic into the room, and set off an animated fireworks display on the wall above it.
Ray Ban was looking to bolster their presence at the annual Vision Expo West conference. To do this they were looking for an innovative way to get the attendees engaged with their new Blaze collection. Our solution was to gamify their experience making a clear connection between their new products and the attendees.
We were excited to apply our event transcription service to a live storytelling competition hosted by The Moth. The data we collected for a live written record of the show was also used to power a curated word cloud to show on stage and to promote The Moth on social media.
TD Ameritrade was looking for a innovative way to engage LINC attendees to participate in a corporate giving activity. Building on the idea of a 5K road race, we constructed a virtual reality bike race where attendees race the clock and pick up “power ups” to add to their individual giving total. A display shows the scoreboard and allows the attendees to engage in friendly competition to see who can generate more during their 2 minute ride.