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Virtual reality recruitment.

By Tim Evison

Many organisations are beginning to realise the power of using VR in recruitment, not only does it present an alternative or compliment to traditional recruitment practices – some employers also believe it will help attract the cream of the available talent. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) recently announced a collaboration with virtual rock band Gorillaz to…

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Recruiting in 360 for a global FMCG.

By Lotty Briggs

Virtual Reality (VR) storytelling, immersive experiences and 360 cinematic content are some of the latest innovations to hit the corporate production industry, so taking the plunge into Virtual Reality has been an exciting time for us at Eon Visual Media. However, as with all new technologies, there are always challenges to overcome along the way…

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NHS fellowship launch video.

By Tim Evison

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group, on behalf of the Hull and East Riding Nursing Partnership, recently appointed Eon Visual Media to film and produce an engaging video for its Nursing Fellowship launch. The aim of the video was to launch and celebrate the fellowship programme and to promote the innovation this will bring to the…

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I can’t believe it’s not muddier!

By Tim Evison

A team of intrepid athletes and budding enthusiasts from Eon Visual Media and sister company Springfield Solutions will be getting down and dirty to raise money for charity. The team, called “I can’t believe it’s not muddier”, will be taking part in Tough Mudder which takes place on May 20th at Belvoir Castle near Grantham.…

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Camera’s at the ready for Tour de Yorkshire 2017

By Tim Evison

Friday April 28th saw day one of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire. This year’s race started in Bridlington and made its way across several notable locations en-route across the East Riding of Yorkshire including the market towns of Driffield and Pocklington. In a seven camera shoot, Eon Visual Media had film crews sited at multiple…

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The wreckers of civilisation… (and Sunday afternoons)

By Matt Dass

I have a confession; my research before attending the recently opened Humber Street Gallery to view the COUM Transmission exhibition was minimal, OK I’ll be honest, it was non-existent. So when I arrived at the gallery with my wife and 5 year old son, on a wet Sunday afternoon, I was greeted by some very…

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Tim Evison

Once upon a time in a land far, far, away (well Birmingham, Easter 2017 to be precise) the good people at Walkers Chocolate factory made one little boys dream come true by rewarding him with an exclusive tour of their Easter Egg Factory. The little boy’s name is Charlie and just like in the film…

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Ideas worth sharing

By Tim Evison

Hull Truck Theatre was the venue for another fantastic TEDxHull event on March 31st. TED is a non-profit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks with subjects ranging from Technology and science, to entertainment and culture. TEDx are independently run events which help share ideas in local communities around…

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Case study filming for Relate

By Tim Evison

Our video team have been on location shooting a series of case study videos for our latest client Relate. In total 24 separate videos will be produced and will be used as a fundamental part of an e-learning course from the leading relationship support charity. A key part of the brief was to not only…

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Outer space, deep water

By Will Garman

For my first experience of Hull’s year as UK City of Culture I went to an event in January curiously called ‘The Space Day’ which was hosted in association with the BBC Academy. Although it may sound like it was focused on outer space, it wasn’t. It turned out to be an interesting discussion about digital…

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