When you add smart, connected devices to a ubiquitous Web, the sum is greater than its parts. Software + Services is that greater sum – it’s an approach from Microsoft and its partners that delivers the best experience, the greatest choice, and the most opportunities for the industry.
Working with Microsoft and their agencies, Visual Aid helped to create this unique take on future vision videos. This flag-ship video is part of a series that was created for Microsoft's Cloud Strategy organization.
Microsoft teamed up with Extreme Arts & Sciences and Visual Aid to create marketing, training and brand strategy videos for the global launch of their Windows Multipoint Server 2010 product.
Never before has affordable computing looked so good.
Take a look ahead at what a future of connected software and services could bring to the world. Applications and services that once stood apart become far more valuable when taken together. Business moves faster, ideas flow more freely and people grow more deeply connected.
Filmed in 5 countries in 2 weeks and edited in 8 days, this ambitious project was our first shot at producing high-end vision videos for Microsoft.
Part two of the cloud-vision series for Microsoft Research.
After a brainstorming session with James, Adobe liked the idea of using 3D tracking, motion graphics and roto effects to illustrate their concept of the "digital self." The result is this high-end video that visualizes the many pieces of Adobe's online marketing solutions.
Microsoft envisions a world where rich, highly functional and elegant experiences extend from the PC, to the Web, to all the devices people use every day. Across the industry, Software + Services is growing as a model strategy – as evidenced by the emergence of hybrid scenarios on PCs, mobile phones and other devices that meld services and software together.
Whether it’s through PC, mobile, television, tablet, or gaming console, multi-screen campaigns can help you make an emotional connection with your audience, within the context of their preferred device in any given moment.
Microsoft worked with Extreme Arts & Sciences and Visual Aid to create a series of case studies to demonstrate how these scenarios take place.