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Holographic & Laser graphic installation for Nelson Mandela Marathon.
“Danse Afrique Danse” A 3D VR international Dance Experience
Launch of the West Africa Cable system(WACS) Specialised 3D projection
Netcare Awards 40m wide 3D movie magically revealing 4 cars
Directed a 3D HD wildlife series for Discovery Channel International
3D movie for the 2010 FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour, staged in 185 countries regarded the most successful global promotions ever staged by Coca-Cola.
3D Stereoscopic Identity Animation for NU METRO Cinemas
Produced & directed a 3D film for Miss World
Digital Interiors for Fun LAB & Strike Bowling bars Australia
“3D FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour Movie,” rated Best of Show Worldwide Stereoscopic Displays & Applications Conference (SD&A) in California.
World’s first 3D FIFA World Cup Germany 2006.
BMW 1 series an authentic launch that crystallized the ‘One like no one’
Sensomax A 5D experience for Coca-Cola USA, evokeing all your senses.
A 3D movie ,aromas, sound, touch and taste sensations within a dome environment. The ultimate marketing sensation.
Launch of the 7 Star Saxon Hotel with main speaker Nelson Mandela
The Coca-Cola 360 degree 3D Magic Ride Sensation.
‘Virtual Haptics’ art Experience Everard Read Contemporary Gallery Virtual Reality, Stereoscopic Art, Lasersgraphic sculptures, and holographic art. The show attracted 10, 000 people in 7 days.
Warner Bros 3D music video for SEAL. two British Music Industry (BMI) gold medals at the 1992 – for Best Video of the year and Technical Excellence. It is now featured at the Museum of Rock Video in Piccadilly London
CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) Hologram of the Taung Skull with Professor Tobias National Geographic cover in 1985.
Laserama laser shows in the planetarium, This was followed by commercial laser multimedia presentations for “Battlestar Galactica” and the “Star Trek” launch which included the early moving holograms.
1976 he began delving into lasers and holograms and had an exhibition called, ‘Holy Holos Beams and Clocks’ at the Media and Change Symposium at Wits University, this sparked techno marketing interest