Cardrona Alpine Resort 360 Degree Video
Client: Cardrona Alpine Resort
Completed: May 2018
As a business that is continually pushing marketing innovation within the NZ ski industry, Cardrona was the ideal client for us to work with when testing the potential of the new Oculus Go VR Headsets.
During the 2017 winter season we shot a “general mountain” 360 degree video edit, with the goal of engaging on offline audience at the Australian snow expo events pre-winter 2018. The video was to showcase the wide open trails and general feel of the mountain in less than 2 minutes.
360° Video Filming & Editing
Pre & Post Production
360° Aerial Panorama Shooting
Virtual Tour Creation
Drone Operating in Restricted Airspace
About Cardrona Alpine Resort
Found in between Queenstown and Wanaka, Cardrona is known for its genuine family-friendly atmosphere, wide groomed runs, perfectly-shaped parks and pipes. Most reputed for its friendly and genuine vibe, Cardrona is widely considered the most suitable mountain in the Southern Lakes for families and beginners. Here, beginners will find amazing terrain to learn to ski or snowboard on, and intermediates will find themselves easily progressing to the next level.
“360° video content has been on our radar for a while now and with their experience, 360nz were the obvious solution when it came to producing a piece of content to showcase the resort at trade events and online. The team at 360nz were outstanding, effectively interpreting our brief and flexible enough to work with us around variable mountain weather conditions as we searched for the ‘perfect’ shot.
Over and above the content creation, 360nz were able to supply the new Oculus Go VR headsets for our most recent event, allowing us to transport guests to the resort from an expo in Australia and allowing us to sell the destination far greater than what’s possible with traditional media.
360 content has been a step change for us in destination/activity marketing and we look forward to working with the team on more upcoming projects.”