A 360° video environment that connects people to nature through an immersive film about biodiversity.
‘Countdown’ is an immersive film that we created for Eden Project, it is part of a wider exhibition called ‘Earth Story’. The narrative of the film reveals some extremely worrying facts and figures about the rapid and unnatural decline in global biodiversity. The film was carefully constructed to move around the space in a way that invited subtle participation from the audience. The contrast between crisp imagery and simple facts made for an extremely affecting overall experience.
The film was projection-mapped onto six walls in a hexagonal space, we developed a bespoke system design for the playback of the six HD screens that wrapped around the audience. The film consists of extremely rare footage of animals that are now extinct, along with footage captured by Limbic Cinema and many other wild life film makers that show the beauty of biodiversity on earth and the animals that are on the brink of extinction.
The immersive layout of the film was really affective in connecting people to the locations and subject matter in the film.