A NEAR-FUTURE IMMERSIVE NARRATIVE
Here at GM we are currently working on an R&D project that takes our passion for deep, narrative experiences and combines it with our hands-on knowledge and experience with virtual reality and emerging technologies to make what can only be described right now as “Total Recall meets a Multi-modal storyline set in the near-future.” Really – it has to be seen to be believed. Using a combination …Read More »
Creatives have always been pegged as visual creatures, picky and opinionated. They are a breed whose heart rates increase rapidly over the texture of a specific paper stock and weight, over debating the colour difference between “Christmas red” and “tomato red”, over catching a single whiff of that new sketchbook smell. If you are nodding right now in agreement, this is not just an idle coincidence: you, too, can …Read More »
With the Group Stage completed in the World Cup, we thought it would be fun to share with you some of our company culture.
We’re becoming quite famous for our window Battleship with the neighbors and our giant Oculus viewing nut. But what you probably didn’t know is that we have football fanatics in our midst as well.
There’s a German, an Englishman and an American all …Read More »
It was a fantastic journey that exercised creative vision, research skills, and technical prowess, and we couldn’t be more proud of, among other things, how good it looks.
Our very own Adam Dalley designed more than one …Read More »
Global Mechanic recently completed Plum Landing, a WGBH Boston project that, in addition to several animated webisodes, included elements for interactive games and other online properties.
WGBH approached us about a kids’s series that would encourage …Read More »
Last week our Director of Experience Design, Kharis O’Connell, was invited down to San Francisco to moderate a panel at Wearable World’s 2014 Wearable Technology conference – GlazedCon. Naturally, I had to be there too.
As the conference promised, we’re in the dawn of the wearable economy and the buzz in the downtown Regency Center was palpable. Tech media, venture …Read More »