360 degrees of service…
To help grow your vision!
ABOUT OUR COMPANY
We only do a few things, but we do them really well.
Our founder Adrian Rashad Driscoll has literally shown VR to over 12,000 people in his career. As a team we have helped create immersive content ranging from fighting homelessness to 360 music videos and everything in between.
We are dedicated to telling the right story using the right medium, (let’s be honest, not every story needs a headset).
With transparency, attention to detail, and ridiculous amounts of coffee, we make immersive media, the right way.
- Live ActionFrom Concept to Creation
- Computer GeneratedNerds hard at work.
- Event ServicesImmersing the world.
- ConsultingWe'll show you how.
Let’s create something.
Should this be in a headset? How much is this going to cost to produce? Who is our target audience?
How are we going to shoot this? What is our deliverable resolution? What format should this be?
(VR, AR, MR, 360, Stereo/Mono, 180…)
How are we going to show this to people? (What devices, how many). Where should we start (California, New York, Mars). What should the events look like?
We don’t like to pick favorites but…
Here are a few of our favorites.
Don’t take our word for it…
We take pride in what our clients have to say about us.
Adrian is an amazing, passionate, and powerful motivator. He has assisted our nonprofit by speaking with and to our facilitator/teachers and our students and they absolutely love him. He inspires them to go further and think deeper and to put technology like VR to real use.
Adrian is the epitome of collaboration and brilliance bundled into one person. He has the unique ability to bring groups and minds together and produce high quality products to story tell and drive impact.
As a teacher, nothing is more special than to have someone of Adrian’s caliber reach out to help your kids. Adrian was able to break down 360 editing to a level my 6th graders could understand over email and a few phone calls and it translated to our project being featured in the US News and World Report. We couldn’t have done that without him.