Our References in panoramic movies

 

270° in Dubaï - Abu d'Abi

TOTAVISION 270° in Dubai - Abu d'Abi

One of our first shooting under extreme conditions. Deserts, oasis, 270° of amazing landscapes which can only be seen there.


 
 

360° Versailles and Science (France)

TOTAVISION 360° Versailles
A 6 minutes movie at the entrance of the exhibition Science and curiosities at the court of Versailles. Between past and present, a trip at the heart of Versailles, cradle of sciences.

Direction : François-Hugues de Vaumas / Aloest Productions

© EPV - 2010


 
 

360° for Belgium Pavilion - Universal Exhibit Aïchi (Japan)

TOTAVISION 360° Aichi - Belgium Pavilion
A 360° movie shot in Flanders, Wallony and Brussels (Belgium), thanks to the TOTAVISION technology.


 

200° for Martigues Museum (France)

TOTAVISION 200° Martigues Museum
An aerial 200° sequence above the mediterranean village : a 4 minutes shot, looped, and projected on a half cylindrical screen in the public entry zone of the Museum.


 
 
 

360° in Xixi Wetland Park (China)

TOTAVISION 360° in Xixi National Wetland Park
A 360° movie about the charms of this National Park situated near Shanghaï. On more than 1900 sq ml of swamps, a network of rivers and natural reserves, mixed with the cultural heritage of the Hong Family Dynasty. Water is the soul of Xixi.


 

360° at Mont Saint-Michel

TOTAVISION 360° Mont Saint-Michel
Half-way between legend and reality : The genesis of the Mont Saint-Michel, the Archangel Gabriel, pilgrimage routes…


 

Our technical partners

Panasonic, for its solid state HD recorders.

Barco, for its video-projectors.

Toshiba, for its HD micro-cameras.

Adobe, for its editing and postproductions solutions.

UTRAM,  for its mastery of the seamless panoramic projection process.

Fujinon, for its highly efficient HD lenses.

 

 

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