Thought Café collaborated with Nimble Content on this video for the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, to recognize Toronto Pearson International Airport’s mission to become one of the world’s most elite airports.
Take a 360 degree virtual tour of our Solar System, with the help of everyone’s favorite (bad) astronomer—and Crash Course host—Phil Plait!
For the most immersive 360 Video experience use Cardboard with the YouTube Android app. If you do not have Cardboard, you can use the YouTube apps for Android or iOS and move your mobile device to look around the solar system. On a desktop computer, use the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Opera browsers to click and drag your mouse and follow along as we explore our Solar System.
We created this bumper for Buffer Festival 2015, an annual theatrical showcase that celebrates international video content from the most acclaimed creators on YouTube. The bumper takes the viewer on an abstract journey through the most important technologies in filmmaking history, leading to Youtube, the digital filmmaking revolution, and finally, Buffer Festival.
Flavio Bernardes de Paula
Sound Design & Music Composition by:
Check out Buffer Festival here.
Dive Deeper is the interactive component and accompaniment to The Water Brothers series, a television show on TVO that follows Alex and Tyler Mifflin as they take their audience around the globe to uncover issues affecting water sources. Based on the weekly topic of the show, our team designed individual interactive stories that work as a supplement to educate the Water Brothers audience. This is done through the creation of scrollable stories, which are accessible across a variety of mobile, tablet, and desktop platforms.
Take a look at the stories at The Water Brothers website.
In this latest piece with UNICEF, we tell the story of a pair of boots belonging to Nigel Fisher, president and CEO of UNICEF. Watch the amazing journey they’ve taken with him, and just a bit of what Nigel and UNICEF strive to contribute to communities in need around the world.
The Declaration of Interdependence was written by David Suzuki, Tara Cullis, Raffi Cavoukian, Wade Davis and Guujaaw back in 1992 for the United Nations’ Earth Summit.
It was published in 2010, accompanied with traditional Haida style art by Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas. As a spirited call to action and “pledge to Planet Earth”, we created this video to show just how relevant this text still is today. We’re thrilled to have David Suzuki and his wife Tara Cullis, two of the foremost leaders of the environmental movement featured in this very special Thought Bubble.
Visit their website to see all the great work they do http://www.davidsuzuki.org.
We’re excited to have teamed up with Mozilla Foundation–the creators of Firefox–once more. This time, to create a series describing Webmakers. Webmakers is a new Mozilla initiative that encourages increased web literacy among youth, instructors, educators, and creatives. Check out the Instructors installment here.
It’s quite sobering to know that about 19,000 children die everyday of preventable causes, making it a huge issue that begs for more widespread awareness. Survival Gifts are a neat way to give, because you can donate tangible things (an actual gift that comes in a box)–like a set of soccer balls to encourage and facilitate play, a literacy pack filled with exercise books to encourage learning through reading, crucial items for emergency situations and disasters, and it removes some of the ambiguity from a typical donation–leaving you with the feeling that you’ve provided something physical to a real community. We thought that was truly inspiring. If you’re into it, find out more about Unicef’s Survival Gifts at http://survivalgifts.ca.
You can also check out some older videos we’ve done to promote UNICEF’s Survival Gifts here, featuring a boy who’s found himself without his family in the midst of a natural disaster, and here, featuring a girl who’s village doesn’t have access to clean drinking water.