Sometimes all the StudioBooth Array needs is a nice sleek background and our fashion lighting! For the iHeartRadio party in Manhattan, we added an animated overlay of iHeart logos to give a little pop!
For the launch of DAZN, a new online sports streaming service, we created animated fight cards using our Greenscreen Array, customizing the text for each match. Fighters, fans and even legendary announcer Michael Buffer, posted up with their best fight stance to mark the occasion. Let's get ready to RUUUUUMBLE!!!
For the Season 2 release of Glow, Netflix wanted to make a mark on Venice Beach. We set up our 360 Array and created a light painting activation that took people from the boardwalk and into a 3-Dimensional experience with their own custom glow!
As a special treat for superfans of ATL United we set up a custom StudioBooth Array at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Our wide angle 10-camera Array offers a field of view large enough to not only capture a sparkling new 2019 MB Roadster but all the fan action as well!
Adidas Skateboarding recreated the Venice Pavilion, an iconic skate spot know as the birthplace of street skating, at the Beyond The Streets graffiti exhibition in DTLA. To mark the occasion, we had a GIF Booth capturing locals against a freshly tagged wall.
For the Season 2 Premiere of HBO's Westworld, we created a modern-day tintype Booth for screenings in San Francisco, Philadelphia and Boston. Though the images look like they're from the turn of the century, everything was done onsite in less than 30 seconds!
What better activation for a MoviePass event, than the StudioBooth Steadicam. We had all the smooth movements, quick cuts, slow motion and music packaged into one sweet 15 second video. The movie is shot, edited onsite and then uploaded by guests on our app, all within a couple of minutes!
For the launch of the PUMA x MAC Suede 50th collaboration, we had the Array catching all angles. Colored film that matched the limited edition shoes hung from the ceiling in a custom set that added layers to the already three-dimensional videos.