Note: The poster should be 16:9 and horizontal. Please do not use the concept from the home page, as it relies on animation to tell the story. The goal is to communicate the concept of how the BriziCam works (punch in seat number in a stadium, camera finds you in your seat, you take your photo). See the video to understand what we mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhTbWSgVJyk
Update Feb 27: We've also uploaded an example of something we had put together in the past, feel free to improve upon or use it for inspiration.
BriziCam is a remote camera technology that you as a user control to capture group photos or looping videos, currently only in sports, we may expand this beyond sports in the near future. A user types in a custom URL, selects their seat number, and a robotic camera pivots to find them in their seat. They can see themselves on their phone, then get 30 seconds to pinch and zoom to get everyone in the shot, then add a unique overlay before sharing it on social media.
We want to communicate that concept (above) in a simple but epic static visual (16:9 format, horizontal). You can look at our website (BriziCam.com) to get an idea about the language we use, and our colors, but don't feel restricted to our designs and colors in your work. The core concept is to communicate that users can control one of our robotic cameras with their mobile phone at a venue to capture group moments.
Please put the text: "The single biggest innovation in stadium photography." somewhere in the visual, preference for strong or unique typography here, with minimal or no other text.
Preference for visuals that:
- Don't rely on text to explain how the concept works
- Use realistic imagery instead of cartoons/icons (you can get example photos from our press kit link)
- Can show or hint that the photos are shareable online (not mandatory, but a nice to have), and that there's no app, it's all happening over the web on your phone
- We can adapt in the future to show other venues/types of venues
- Have a wow factor, feel epic
Some common pitfalls:
- People may think that a camera is taking a photo of them without their input
- People may not notice anything other than the phone and may think that you're taking a selfie with your mobile (if you just have the phone, it's not clear that you're taking control of a robotic camera, people might think it's just another selfie app)
Wish you the best of luck! It's a tricky one.