Mental Canvas Studio creates and distributes custom content. If you have a project idea in mind, contact us to get started.
From comics to sports graphics, Mental Canvas media is being used to make visual communication more engaging and interactive than ever before.
The New York Times utilized the interactive player to visualize the senate impeachment chamber.
House Beautiful Magazine used the web player to create an immersive kitchen with links to products.
Rhymes with Orange’s Rina Piccolo developed an immersive comic that enables readers to step inside the scene and find hidden jokes and surprises.
The New York Times took a single photograph from the world cup and pulled it apart to explain a complex play.
Istvan Banyai’s The Other Side is reimagined as a three-dimensional interactive book experience like no other.
Marie Claire Magazine created an immersive landing page, where readers can scroll through a collaged scene and click through to linked articles.
The London Times brought readers inside a crime scene, stepping through clues to solve the murder mystery.
The San Francisco Chronicle used Mental Canvas to explain the complex process of recovering bodies from deep lakes.
The London Times visualized the evolution of the London skyline featuring 6 interactive illustrations.
Our web player technology is designed to immerse viewers in the content, allowing them to enter, travel through, and experience the scene in countless different ways. The player can be embedded in any website and viewed on any device. With the ability to customize the navigation and add links, you can design the player for your content. Try it out:
With a talented group of artists, we can help bring your concept to realization. If you are interested in a media project, please fill out this form and we will get in touch with you:
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