Extend your visual storytelling with captivating virtual productions.
Virtual production combines physical sets and props with the power of computer-generated imagery (CGI) in real-time, allowing to visualize and create complex scenes with greater control, flexibility, and efficiency. With virtual production, advanced technologies such as virtual reality, motion capture, and real-time rendering are used to previsualize and design sets and scenes, and then use these virtual assets to shoot live-action footage in a controlled environment.
Production for events like concerts, conferences, and shows – live, hybrid and online.
Film and TV production for both, corporate and institutional clients.
Educational productions for classrooms, lecture halls, and other training environments.
How does your business benefit from virtual production?
Significantly reduce production costs by eliminating the need for expensive physical sets, locations, and equipment.
Save time by streamlining the production process and reducing the need for post-production work.
More dynamic, flexible and interesting visual stories can be created, mixing the real with the virtual.
Create visually impactful shows in real-time, on stage as well as on stream.
CHALLENGE TO OVERCOME
Streaming event with the real machine and with its virtual twin.
The real machine meets its virtual twin.
Immersive storytelling for multi-layered and engaging experience.
WHAT WE OFFER
We are your one-stop partner to plan, design, set up and run a successful virtual production.
We bring together the creative, design, storytelling, and technology know-how to unlock the full impact of virtual production.
We work with standardized, trusted virtual production platforms as well as we find solutions for customized setups.
We consult you to make the right choices in cameras, technologies and visual execution for both, budget and success.
Are you an Agency looking for a creative partner to realize innovative projects?
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