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Asus 'Transformation Day'

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You don’t really expect your firstYou don’t really expect your first dayYou don’t really expect your first day in a new office to be a day of snakes, planes and winning at roulette, but in ‘Perpetual Motion’ for Asus and Bates CHI & Partners, Noah Harris shows us just how exciting office life could be.
Reflecting the freedom and versatility of the ASUS Transformer Book, which easily transforms from laptop to tablet to desktop in even the most unexpected of situations, Noah takes us on an action-packed adventure from sales figures in the boardroom to figures of a different kind altogether in the bedroom.
Shot on location in Vancouver, Canada, with post production by Glassworks in London, this is a film that takes cubicle life and transforms it into a world of glamourous escapades, high-octane adventure, and the freedom to stay on the move with a computer that might completely change your way of looking at things.in a new office to be a day of snakes, planes and winning at roulette, but in ‘Perpetual Motion’ for Asus and Bates CHI & Partners, Noah Harris shows us just how exciting office life could be.
Reflecting the freedom and versatility of the ASUS Transformer Book, which easily transforms from laptop to tablet to desktop in even the most unexpected of situations, Noah takes us on an action-packed adventure from sales figures in the boardroom to figures of a different kind altogether in the bedroom.
Shot on location in Vancouver, Canada, with post production by Glassworks in London, this is a film that takes cubicle life and transforms it into a world of glamourous escapades, high-octane adventure, and the freedom to stay on the move with a computer that might completely change your way of looking at things.You don’t really expect your first day in a new office to be a day of snakes, planes and winning at roulette, but in ‘Perpetual Motion’ for Asus and Bates CHI & Partners, Noah Harris shows us just how exciting office life could be.
Reflecting the freedom and versatility of the ASUS Transformer Book, which easily transforms from laptop to tablet to desktop in even the most unexpected of situations, Noah takes us on an action-packed adventure from sales figures in the boardroom to figures of a different kind altogether in the bedroom.
Shot on location in Vancouver, Canada, with post production by Glassworks in London, this is a film that takes cubicle life and transforms it into a world of glamourous escapades, high-octane adventure, and the freedom to stay on the move with a computer that might completely change your way of looking at things.You don’t really expect your first day in a new office to be a day of snakes, planes and winning at roulette, but in ‘Perpetual Motion’ for Asus and Bates CHI & Partners, Noah Harris shows us just how exciting office life could be.
Reflecting the freedom and versatility of the ASUS Transformer Book, which easily transforms from laptop to tablet to desktop in even the most unexpected of situations, Noah takes us on an action-packed adventure from sales figures in the boardroom to figures of a different kind altogether in the bedroom.
Shot on location in Vancouver, Canada, with post production by Glassworks in London, this is a film that takes cubicle life and transforms it into a world of glamourous escapades, high-octane adventure, and the freedom to stay on the move with a computer that might completely change your way of looking at things.day in a new office to be a day of snakes, planes and winning at roulette, but in ‘Perpetual Motion’ for Asus and Bates CHI & Partners, Noah Harris shows us just how exciting office life could be.
Reflecting the freedom and versatility of the ASUS Transformer Book, which easily transforms from laptop to tablet to desktop in even the most unexpected of situations, Noah takes us on an action-packed adventure from sales figures in the boardroom to figures of a different kind altogether in the bedroom.
Shot on location in Vancouver, Canada, with post production by Glassworks in London, this is a film that takes cubicle life and transforms it into a world of glamourous escapades, high-octane adventure, and the freedom to stay on the move with a computer that might completely change your way of looking at things.

Credits

  • Advertising Agency
    Bates CHI & Partners
  • Production Company
    Blinkink
  • Director
    Noah Harris
  • Executive Producer
    Bart Yates
  • Producer
    Ewen Brown
  • Creative Director
    Stuart Mills
  • Art director
    Mark Cleary
  • Copywriter
    Leo Poloniecki
  • Accountant Director
    Joby Jose
  • Head Of Broadcast
    James Brook-Partridge
  • DoP
    John Houtman
  • Editor
    Max Windows

Glassworks team

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