From 2 to 13 December 2019, Madrid was given the complicated task of organizing the climate change summit in record time, which it was unable to hold in the city where it was scheduled to take place. From the organization, 4foreverything and Kuantiko Studio were entrusted with the construction of spaces and the capture and realization of a virtual 360 degree tour to show what our city was able to mobilize and build in record time. See tour
In today’s digital world, finding new ways to engage students is becoming increasingly difficult. The technology that students commonly use, such as smartphones, tablets and consoles, are already very present in their lives. There are usually no solutions in schools that offer students an excuse to use new tools. At KUANTIKO STUDIO we believe in the importance of offering students the necessary technology so that they, through practice, engage in learning more effectively. That they manage to find an educational commitment through technology in an easy and simple way. That the technology that we make available to you will be useful in the future. Schools and universities will be able to offer their students a new place where they can discover and experiment with these new technologies for the first time and start a long journey in the development of training content … and not only in face-to-face environments, virtual reality offers the possibility of practicing it from anywhere. A multitude of possibilities open up. The only source of knowledge is experience Albert Einstein How do we offer new experiences to students within the limitations that we have in classrooms and especially in digital platforms and schools?
Augmented reality allows us to interact with models that allow us to change the scale, colors or properties. In this project the objective was a complete animation demonstration of a Mercedes class
Chanel trusted us to stage his Christmas campaign
4foreverything commissioned us to digitally reconstruct the proposals presented to Vodafone for a virtual fair where the design of the stands inside the fair halls could be completely revised to have a realistic vision of the result.