Multi Camera Bullet Rig launched at GQ MOTY

9th Sep

Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, and Chris O’Dowd use The Flash Pack Multi Camera Bullet Rig at The British GQ Men of the Year Awards.


Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, English actor Sam Claflin, and Irish actor Chris O’Dowd were amongst the celebrity guests who used The Flash Pack Multi Camera Bullet Rig at last night’s pre-eminent British GQ Men of the Year Awards. The 60 camera bullet rig allowed guests to create 270 degree ‘matrix’ style image of them frozen in action –which was then shared in real time on social media via the onsite social sharing stations enabling guests to share their videos immediately to social media.

Michelle Russell, events director, GQ said: “The Rig added a new element to the awards. It was very well received and helped us create even more buzz from the night via social media as the bullet rig videos were shared by guests using the event hashtag #GQAwards”

Jerome Mass, director The Flash Pack said: “The Rig was very well received – both on the night and on social media. The video footage of Emilia Clarke has already been viewed over two thousand times on the GQ Facebook page proving that the Rig creates very sharable and eye-catching content for any event.”

The Rig is available in a variety of sizes ranging from a full 360 degree rig complete with 100 cameras, to a mini ‘arc’ of just 10, suitable for events with limited space. This custom built technology fires the cameras simultaneously to capture the images and then stitches content together with branded video footage to create eye catching ‘frozen in time’ style moving content of the subject.

The GQ Men of the Year Awards took place at the Royal Opera House in central London. For footage and more images from the evening please go to the British GQ Facebook page.

About the GQ Men of the Year Awards

The eighteenth annual GQ Men of the Year Awards is held in association with luxury lifestyle group HUGO BOSS for the third year running.

Starting as an intimate reception for a select cluster of stars in 1998, GQ Men of the Year has evolved into one of the UK’s most significant award ceremonies, celebrating the year’s finest males (and of course one standout female).  Celebrities attending the GQ Men of the Year Awards since launch are too many to mention, but have included Jay-Z, Madonna, Take That, U2, Michael Caine, Benicio del Toro, Tom Ford, George Michael, Ricky Gervais, Mickey Rourke, Tony Bennett, Jason Statham, Jenson Button, Sasha Baron Cohen, Justin Timberlake, Simon Cowell, Yoko Ono, Lewis Hamilton, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Alexander McQueen, Jonathan Ross, Dizzee Rascal, James Corden, Boris Johnson, Eva Herzigova, Idris Elba, Sharon and Ozzy Osborne, Mick Fleetwood, Paul McCartney, Jamie Oliver, Charlize Theron, Matt Lucas, David Walliams, Elton John, Lily Allen, Boris Johnson, Daniel Craig, Guy Ritchie, Naomi Campbell, David Cameron, Salman Rushdie, Harvey Weinstein, Giorgio Armani, Kate Moss, Kim and Kanye and the London 2012 stars of Team GB including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy, Mo Farah and Victoria Pendleton.

To view GQ's favourite videos from the MOTY, please click here

To view all bullet rig videos from the night, please click here