Hidden Cities with Google - Catalyst Music
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Hidden Cities Rio
Project Description

Client: Google

Agency: Adam&Eve DDB

Production Company (VR): Visualise
Agency Producer: Goldie Robbens

Executive Producer: Matthew Shannon

Music: KLANG/Brendan Woithe

Sound Design :  Henrik Oppermanns  

 

To coincide with the Rio Olympic Games, The Financial Times and Google launched their “Hidden Cities: Rio” campaign – an immersive 360° documentary with reporting and voiceover by the Financial Times Brazilian correspondent Samantha Pearson, exploring the social dynamics and physical landscape of Rio’s favelas.

 

Working with the team at adam&eveDDB and VR specialists Visualise, KLANG’s Brendan Woithe composed the music to accompany the documentary perfectly capturing the mood of the piece as it moved from location to location exploring a part of Brazil rarely seen by the world’s media.

 

The content is free to access on the FT website and uses Google Cardboard, giving a full VR experience on mobile.

 

Interactive 360-Video

FT Microsite

Project Details
Date

9th August 2016

Category

Featured, Klang, Original Composition, VR Design

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