Editors Hack Google Street View – Sony Music Creative – 6.094

Editors Hack Google Street View

Some clever hacking of the application allowed users to preview tracks from the album in the very areas of London that inspired them. As well as being able to move around as you would in the normal Google Street View, red arrows were placed in nine different London locations (one for each track on the album), each pointing to a different location off the road.


 

Users could then click the arrow to find custom panoramic photographs of the band, shot at night by James Royall.

 

 

“The images feature the band and a group of their fans performing surreal activities which have cryptic meanings relating to the songs,” Phil Clandillon, a creative director at Sony Music, explains. “The locations are normally unavailable on the regular Street View,” he continues. “Our modified version of Google Maps allows useres to enter into these locations and make the transition from light to dark so that fans can explore the band’s atmospheric vision of London at night.”

 

 

Credits

Creative Director – Phil Clandillon / Steve Milbourne

Photography – James Royall

Development – Davex

Project Manager – Alex HcHugh

Senior Developer – Gary Benade

Lead Developer – Dave Keen

 

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