Follow a Flying Teddy Bear's Magical Journey in 720 Degrees

Interactive Experience from Mori for Contact Lens Brand Miru Was Filmed With Bespoke Camera

Published on Nov 06, 2013

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To See is an interactive film designed to introduce new contact lens brand Miru (from Japanese company Menicon) to the European market. Created by Japanese agency Mori (whose recent work includes Sony's Water Rock) together with Dentsu, and produced by Stinkdigital and Engine Plus, it was filmed with a bespoke flying camera that allowed cameramen to shoot 720 degrees of images simultaneously. (Find out more in the Making Of video).

When viewers go to the website, they can click on the movie to pan up and down as well as side to side and "find" their own way through the scenery. Filmed in Portugal, the film illustrates the magic of being able to see clearly. It begins with a little girl with her bicycle and a bunch of balloons. After she ties her teddy bear to one of them and releases it into the sky, we follow the stuffed toy's journey across several different landscapes. It's a magical piece of filmmaking, obviously designed for sharing. The non-interactive version featured here only shows a hint of the film's beauty. Experience it in its entirety here.

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Nov 06, 2013
Mori & Dentsu
Production Company:
Stink Studios
Production Company:
Engine Plus
Creative Director:
Morihiro Harano
Creative Director:
Cameron Temple
Art Director:
Yoshihiro Yagi
Haruko Tsutsui
Rob Chiu
Executive Creative Technologist:
Simon Cam
Director, Photography:
Paul O'Callaghan
Sound and Music:
Keith Kenniff
Cloud 12
Minami Otsuka
Post Production:
Stink Studios
Technical Advisor:
Yusuke Kitani
Technical Advisor:
Qanta Shimizu
Technical Advisor:
Hiroshi Jingu
Jax Evans
Tim Francis
Agency Producer:
Misato Tachibana
Agency Producer:
Koji Wada
Executive Producer:
Jax Evans
Executive Producer:
Hideyuki Chihara

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