Man on Spire

Man on Spire

In collaboration with The New York Times and their in-house Virtual Reality team, the viewer followed filmmaker, photographer, and expert climber Jimmy Chin as he scaled The World Trade Center in “Man On Spire.” Chin traveled to death-defying heights in order to strap a 360° camera setup to the 408-foot-tall spire on top of the skyscraper.

The resulting footage is unique, showing off a key piece of the most photographed skyline in the world in a completely new way. Our visceral 360º experience then climaxes with a stunning timelapse of NYC’s expansive landscape. With this experience, we helped The New York Times continue to push the edge of journalism and celebrate a city too big for ordinary video.

Check out the full writeup here.

Credits

Directed by Jimmy Chin and Ben C. Solomon
Produced by Jenna Pirog and Christine Walsh
Executive Producers Kathy Ryan and Jake Silverstein
Post Production Koncept VR

Client

The New York Times

Man on Spire

In collaboration with The New York Times and their in-house Virtual Reality team, the viewer followed filmmaker, photographer, and expert climber Jimmy Chin as he scaled The World Trade Center in “Man On Spire.” Chin traveled to death-defying heights in order to strap a 360° camera setup to the 408-foot-tall spire on top of the skyscraper.

The resulting footage is unique, showing off a key piece of the most photographed skyline in the world in a completely new way. Our visceral 360º experience then climaxes with a stunning timelapse of NYC’s expansive landscape. With this experience, we helped The New York Times continue to push the edge of journalism and celebrate a city too big for ordinary video.

Check out the full writeup here.

Man on Spire

Credits

Directed by Jimmy Chin and Ben C. Solomon
Produced by Jenna Pirog and Christine Walsh
Executive Producers Kathy Ryan and Jake Silverstein
Post Production Koncept VR

Client

The New York Times

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