After suffering paralizing spinal cord injuries, decorated U.S. veteran Romulo (Romy) Camargo is now confined to a wheelchair. In an effort to give this hero his independence, Toyota has deployed their Human Support Robot to enhance Romy's quality of life.
Embedded with the groundbreaking development team at Toyota, Fictionless shares a glimpse of what the future will hold for assisted living.
Discover a century of art and architecture in Asia's design capital or spend 12 hours in France’s breath-taking, Mediterranean walled city. These visual guides will show you everything you need to visit in Hong Kong or Bonifacio, France.
Working with Condé Nast, Fictionless captured the essence of each city by using sweeping drone shots and cinematic steadicam movements to highlight architectural marvels for two online, interactive features, and celebrate Seabourn Cruise Lines.
Throughout the US, there are hard working entreprenuers that need technology solutions to make their company grow. Dell Small Business presents a series about their most unique customers and the passion they share to build their companies.
Fictionless, in partnership with Skai Blue Media, directed five, short stories of amazing businesses doing creative or social good.
Basketball fans lose their minds during March Madness as they try to figure out who will become champion. Meet three people who've successfully beat the system.
In partnership with fivethirtyeight.com, Fictionless investigated how to crack the code.
Toyota has been living the American Dream since 1957. From its humble beginnings in Hollywood and Michegan, to today's massive plant in Kentucky, Toyota is as American as the open road we drive on.
In this three part series, Fictionless examines the past, present, and future of one of the largest mobility companies in the world.
A Rwandan refugee in Uganda discovers his knack for tech and helps doctors identify malaria outbreaks using Microsoft Cloud Services.
Fictionless was on the ground in South Sudan to produce and direct this heartwarming short story for Microsoft.
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