Simply Chocolate is based in Copenhagen. Up here it’s too cold to grow cocoa beans. But it´s hot enough to have a love affair with great chocolate.
And a great chocolate bar deserves a great website. So we baked a fresh and tasty 2D webGL experience, where you scroll, drag, unwrap and crack... the chocolate and its ingredients. You can almost smell it. Front-end wise, the bars are dynamically pre-rendered at runtime, from a single grayscale packaging texture and colours output by the CMS. A fragment shader applies the gradient map to the texture, which is then cut into several pieces to make the opening possible. The CMS has also been configured to pack assets into sprite sheets.
Beoplay introduces Beoplay H4: wireless, over-ear headphones with a focus on pure essentials. The site is a journey into the customers life, told without filters. It features 3 short stories of 3 different characters, offering a snapshot of their lives. In addition to that, customers who share a photo of their headphones on Instagram with the hashtag #unfiltered will have their photo featured on the site and participate the unfiltered journey.
Beoplay introduces Beoplay M5, a powerful, wireless and connected speaker. It can play music accros multiple rooms when paired with other speakers. It connects spaces. Inspired by the speaker controls, we introduced white dots as key elements to represent the sound when it moves through the air and different spaces. I worked on making these dots move along the experience whether you interact with them, or just look at them...
Mirage is an interactive short film I directed as part of my final degree diploma at Gobelins — Paris.
Mirage pictures a world where humans are assisted by technology in making decisions. They rely on so much that they might start losing a bit of humanity. Is there a limit to transhumanism? Can technology take over your own consciousness?