Working with Etzel Agency we created a custom escape room experience for The Real Cost. A smoking prevention campaign by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the ten minute escape room saw four participants navigating a series of challenges.
What an amazing year! With all the different projects going on at a regular basis it’s hard at times for us to stop and look back at what Immersive Tech has accomplished over the past year. While we’ve been creating a variety of experiences, escape rooms stand out the most in how they’re adaptable to so many different formats.
Over the years we’ve worked with a variety of clients, from Fortune 50 corporations to small business owners across the world. We had the pleasure of working with Mountain Time Escape Rooms, operated by a mother and daughter duo, on the design and fabrication of props for their first room and design of their second.
Earlier this year in June we had the opportunity to work with Weber Shandwick, one of the world's leading global public relations firms, to design, build, install and run a custom pop-up escape room for one of the biggest American chocolate bar brands.
As an effort to give back to our community, our Immersive Tech team volunteered an afternoon to participate in the annual KidSafe Project Society's Career Fair. We spoke with the kids about what we do, the steps we took in our career path to get to this point, and simply just what we love about our work.