At Articise breaking new ground for our clients is one of our core founding principles. We thrive on projects that stretch us creatively and technically, with a wide variety of styles for a broad range of clients.
We’ve gathered together a selection of some of our previous projects on this page that we think illustrate this company mission. Would be great to hear what you think. Let us know using the Contact form below.
ASOS - Ascend
Client - ASOS/Saville AV
As part of a training program across the whole of ASOS's Customer Care division we produced a 4 minute Virtual Reality interpretation of the Customer Care process for Oculus Rift.
ASOS - Connect
Client - ASOS/Sparq
Following on from the success of the ASOS Ascend project, ASOS asked us to expand the iOS and Android app that gamified the Ascend training week so that it could be used as a centralised access point for all the services utilised by ASOS Customer Care's staff.
RBS VR Customer Journeys
Client - Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland wanted to communicate its vision of future customer engagement to their exec team at their annual conference. Our response was an Oculus Rift driven VR experience, synchronised with a dome projection system.
Client - CGI
As part of a VR application we created for Canadian IT services giant, CGI, this short movie 360º movie gives us a riders eye view of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.
Gorillaz - Saturnz Barz
Client - Interference Pattern/Passion Pictures
Working as consultants with the Interference Pattern VR environment team we provided VR and real-time rendering expertise to aid in the creation of content for the promo for Saturnz Barz, the first single off the Gorillaz 2017 album, Humanz.
Client - Marketing Edinburgh
As part of a project to diversify the online offering of Marketing Edinburgh's website thisisedinburgh.com, we created a series of 360º films of life around the city.
Client - ISO
Glasgow design agency ISO asked us to help build two large scale interactive installations for Dublin's new Epic Ireland museum, channelling 1980's children’s TV program Runaround in the process.
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If any of these projects has caught your imagination, or you're just interested in finding out more about the studio and what we can do then why not get in touch. Just fill out the form below and we'll get right back to you.
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