Footprint Solutions, based in Mobberley, Cheshire, commissioned vIT Media to produce a number of videos, including this one about their housing management solution for the iPad. The live action footage was also used in a product demonstration video and a case study video. It was made in conjunction with Golden Gates Housing Trust, a user of…
This is a simple interview video, shot at Arrow’s offices in the Royal Exchange, London, with a one person crew, a single light, wireless mic, camera and tripod. Quick in and out on the tube and no parking nightmares!
This retail technology case study about the Danish Coop was produced jointly for Delfi in Denmark and Displaydata in the UK. Shot in a single day at a supermarket about 20 miles outside Copenhagen the video is also available in Danish.
This animated promo about Arrowsphere xSP was originally created for Arrow in Germany but here is the English version we produced for Arrow UK.
To win the hearts and minds of store managers in a major new retail technology project, Levis Strauss commissioned this introductory training video. The piece was shot over two days on location in Brussels and Ghent, with a crew of two people, and was delivered on time and well within budget. The ‘cast’ were all…
Originally created for M-Netics this case study about Topshop’s use of new retail technology has since been re-branded for Peak-Ryzex. Shot in-store with a two-person crew.
This case study about CVS, the UK’s leading veterinary practice, was produced for Sempre Analytics and it was shot in their offices with a one person crew. There is a subtitled version of this video on display in IBM’s Southbank reception area. The graphic sequences were produced in After Effects.
Promo shot on location at Arrow’s London offices one Sunday afternoon. The supporting cast were all from a local theatre group.
Created for M-Netics, this case study was shot with a crew of just two in multiple locations, including John Lewis at St. Pancras Station, Waitrose in Bracknell and John Lewis’ headquarters in London. The video has recently been rebranded following M-Netics being acquired by Peak-Ryzex at the end of 2015.