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The Burning of the Clavie celebrates the old style New Year's Eve on the 11 January. The Clavie is a half-cask and pole mounted, filled with staves of wood and inflammable liquid.
The burning Clavie is carried through the streets of Burghead, a small fishing village in Moray, Northern Scotland. It is followed by a procession of hundreds of onlookers. On the route through the town, the Clavie Crew hands pieces of the Clavie - smouldering pieces of wood - to householders to ensure good luck for the ensuing year.
Finally the Clavie is carried to the top of the Doorie Hill and the pole is placed in a socket on top of the hill.
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Samphire English Restaurant, East Wittering, West Sussex
Findhorn Seafood Cafe, Findhorn, Moray, Northern Scotland
Goodwood Festival of Speed buffet
The North street Clinic in Emsworth, West Sussex required a 360º degree virtual tour of their practice. They requested a project that was a little more interesting and informative than your average practice without being too complex. Information hotspots on some of the equipment items were added and a simple navigation and interface were created. Once the project was completed we dropped those same images into Google Street View and in addition, formatted the panoramas for use on Facebook.
We were commissioned by the Big Blake Project to produce an informative and interactive project that would preserve Blake's former residence for generations as the future of the cottage in Felpham, West Sussex is uncertain.
The Big Blake Project required an end product that was true to Blake, his art and visions. With permission, we were authorised to use various pieces from Blake's work and include them within the tour, accompanied by music from Lucien Posman to increase the immersive experience. The intended destination of the project will reside in the V&A museum in London whilst a "VR" station will pay homage to Blake and his cottage in nearby Felpham Library.
Plush Tents Glamping run by Louise near Chichester is passionate about her business and it's a location that is simply gorgeous. It was important to Louise that the project would present 'Plush' in a way that was true to the atmosphere and vibrancy of their business as the tour will act as a reference point for clients and a central feature within her marketing strategy.
"First of all, we love Jason! His work is exemplary, though it is so refreshing and lovely to work with someone who is so kind and has such a keen eye for the details that we definitely wouldn't have noticed - ultimately, this is what set's his work apart from his competitors and is what made our new immersive tour impeccable.
No request was too much and we always met with prompt, clear instructions and answers. This was a godsend for us, as being a glamping site we thought a 360 tour of our 3-acre woodland oasis would be tricky, so we braced ourselves for a turbulent experience. Jason quickly put our worries to bed as his expertise meant no challenge or obstacle would be able to get in our way, making for an enjoyable and exciting experience.
We are in the midst of integrating our new immersive tour into our marketing, though we are certain that it will increase our general bookings, weddings and with corporate companies. It will certainly become a focal point on our website and in our email marketing, especially when dealing with prospects who live too far to make the journey to view the site before booking, so therefore our potential market size has increased!
If you're on the fence about whether to work with Jason, get off it and take the immersive dive with Jason. You won't regret working with such a great guy and you'll be ecstatic when you receive the final product, especially once you realise the potential your new marketing tool has to draw in new business and to rekindle relationships with old customers.
Thank you Jason!"
Louise McDonald - Plush Tents Manager
Goodwood House, West Sussex
Goodwood House is a luxurious country house in West Sussex, England. It is the seat of the Duke of Richmond, is a Grade I listed building and a key feature within the Festival of Speed..
Goodwood requested the creation of a 360º degree project to help clients better understand what is available within the house when considering a venue for functions, meetings and events. It's a jaw dropping venue and Goodwood have a reputation for excellence, and so it was an honour to be asked to shoot this project for them.
Bed & breakfast accommodation, Flintstone Cottages, near Goodwood, Chichester commissioned Immersive Design to produce a drop-in virtual tour for each of their five beautiful cottages.
They are a preferred choice to accommodate top brands like Bentley when the Goodwood festivals are in full swing and so we were chosen to ensure the tour was both a high-end output that accurately reflected their business, attention to detail and high standard of decor throughout each cottage. Our brief was simple...perfect is good.
You can view each cottage by clicking on the links below.
On January 23rd 2017. Squatters from the Anarchist group, The Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians (Anal) took over a £15m mansion owned by a Russian billionaire in one of Britain's most exclusive streets and opened the doors up to the homeless.
The Anarchist group and its residents were evicted by force on the 1st February 2017 and had come under attack during the occupation by right-wing fascists. This is a virtual tour of that building and residents. This commission was generated by a London based news and picture agency.
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Buzby and Blue are a high energy contemporary salon in Chichester and it was important to reflect this within their virtual drop-in tour. We added music in line with their culture and pace, carefully preserving all of the vibrant colours and internal quirky decoration.
The Buzby and Blue team have many stock images of the salon but the images do not convey the beauty and context of each of the spaces. They had also received feedback that there never seemed to be many people in the salon (from their stock images). So in addition, we shot a time-lapse movie in the salon to show how busy and energetic the salon actually is.
To take advantage of the 360º degree functions and increased visibility from Google Maps, we inserted all eleven 360º images so they were accessible by customers who land on their Google+ page first.