Antwerp is the most important city in the world when it comes to diamonds. So in 2018 they plan to devote an entire year to this. They wanted to celebrate the start of that year with a dome in which a film was shown about the importance of diamonds for the city, without coming across as pedantic. A show was what they wanted and a show was what the visitors in Antwerp got. From scenario to a 360° film as the end product, consisting of filmed images, illustrations by Chris Vosters and animated pictures created by our own post-production team, the entire production was done by Fisheye.
The end result was on show for a month in a dome on the Astridplein square, right in front of the train station. Fisheye took care of all the technical aspects of the projection, too. And we sure noticed the cold!
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Our company will be closed between 22th December 2017, and 2th January 2018. There will be some activity in our workshop, but we won’t pickup the phone 😉
Last year in November we were totally absorbed by the story of the Beauty and the Beast. It became a resounding success.
Now it’s the Little Mermaid’s turn. Our team is in the process of translating Ariel’s (underwater) world into an effective production.
If you would drop by, chances are you would stumble over some starfish or coral. Rehearsals of this Marmalade production are being held in the Fisheye studio. There’s no better guarantee for the quality of the final setting than testing it during rehearsals.
Our workshop has grown significantly over the last 12 months, not only in machines but also in people.
In order to round off this expansion we hired a great workshop supervisor.
With his experience, vision and energy Erik Cantryn will, starting this week, steer the workshop in the right direction.
We are looking forward to achieve fantastic productions together.
In addition to their existing range, Atlas Copco has a new machine, which they would like to present at fairs and at their office. They wanted their potential costumers to get to know the new features in an original way, and have them to puzzle with the improved aspects, as well as let them have a comparison with other machines and components, both within Atlas Copco and other brands.
A rather complex and not very sexy topic. The question they asked Fisheye was: how can we make this an attractive part of our fair? The result: an actual puzzle, for grown ups.
Visitors can put together their own machine, using puzzle blocks that contain RFID information. They have different options per part, which all result into a different outcome. That outcome, is life measured and the information is shown on the screen.
They get an instant print of the result, so they can compare with other machines on the fair.