We developed three digital tools to help you be more human online, including a virtual camera that replaces your faces with videos, a virtual button that helps you and your colleagues express yourselves with different sounds, and a video synchronizing tool so you can screen a video without it freezing. Read about it on AdWeek.
Client / Agency: THAT
Technologist: Brian Chirls
Creative Director: Julia Gorbach
Turning your camera off on a video call is rude, but showing your face in front of the same exact location gets old fast. We created a virtual camera that replaces your face on calls with virtual foregrounds so you can be somewhere new. An original product creative directed, developed, and advertised for THAT. Try it out: faceth.at
It's hard to feel connected when we're all on mute on a video call. What if we created a way to make video calls feel more human? Introducing XPress THAT, a virtual button to help you and your fellow humans express yourself online. An original product created and advertised for THAT in collaboration with Brian Chirls. Try it out: xpressth.at
Watching videos together online is hard, especially if you want to host a private film screening or share a video in a client presentation. So, we created a synchronizing screening tool that lets you watch videos together while apart. You can control the timing and quality for every viewer on the call. An original product created and advertised for THAT in collaboration with Brian Chirls. Try it out: watchth.at