Nylon has been in the world of spatial & experiential sound since 2016 with the award-winning VR Tourist Attraction, The Bombing of Darwin. We have continued to bring our decades of sound & music expertise to a diverse range of spatial audio and experiential projects. We have worked with global brands including Samsung, United Nations, and Infiniti Cars, some of which have been showcased in the Sundance Film Festival, New York Times and Time Magazine.
Client: National Geographic
Agency: McCann New York
Production Companies: Tomorrow Lab & Framestore
This first-of-its-kind experience installation was created in the lead up to National Geographic's upcoming series, 'One Strange Rock'. The experience provides you with a view of the world that you've never seen before. Produced by Darren Aronofsky and narrated by Will Smith, the series explores the work of astronauts and what we've learnt about this strange rock we call home. Read more here
Client: The Royal Flying Doctors Service
Production Company: Method Studios
A 5 minute CGI VR re-creation of the Bombing of Darwin in 1942. An exclusive experience for The Royal Flying Doctors Service Tourist Facility. Using HTC Vive with bespoke headset & chair set up; created in Unity, utilised Two Big Ears software.
Client: Defence Force Recruiting
Agency: Havas Worldwide
Production Company: Finch Company
A VR Game used by DFR to simulate decision-making in a Category 5 natural disaster. Built in Unreal Engine.
Client: Samsung Australia
Production Company: Rapid VR
Live action 360 content film as part of Samsung: Rethink Role Models campaign. Using Samsung Gear VR.
Live action 360 video featuring UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Music, Sound Design & Spatial Sound by Nylon.
Production Company: Plato Reality