CreativeXR gives creative talent the opportunity to experiment with immersive technologies

to create new experiences that inspire audiences.

We followed the programme for a year, producing films for each of the milestone moments below.

At the end of the year, we caught up with the teams and investigated their final products, producing five stand alone Case Studies.

20 final teams were chosen and embarked on a 12 week course, where they were given funding, access to mentors and workshops, and took their concept all the way from ideation to a working prototype.

We caught up with the teams on the Show Day- as they displayed their innovative ideas to a host of investors and companies that might be able to take their idea to the next level.

This film was used to launch the program, and to help attract companies that might be suitable and interested in getting involved.

This wrap-up day is an opportunity for the final five teams to showcase their hard work to the public.

During this half day event, we produced this overview video, filmed the speakers of the day and also covered the event photography. With an agile crew of just three, we are well versed in this type of "Run & Gun" event filming, ensuring we get the most out of the event, interviewing a selection of key attendees and covering all of the most important topics.

Common Ground is a VR documentary that explores the notorious Aylesbury Estate, home to thousands of South Londoners, and the concrete monument to the history of social housing in the UK.

Filmed on location in just six hours with a skeleton crew of two, this case study was a very exciting one to produce and was a true test of our "run and gun" filmmaking abilities.

Real-time motion capture performance merges with audience participation, live video-projection and virtual reality to create a pioneering theatrical experience exploring disembodiment in the modern world.

Filmed on location in just six hours with a skeleton crew of two, this case study was a very exciting one to produce and was a true test of our "run and gun" filmmaking abilities.

When Something Happens is an inspirational adventure for the next generation of scientists, storytellers and astronauts.
It is a short animated VR film about 13.4 billion years of the history of the universe. The short film has been written and narrated by poet Boston Williams.

Filmed in one day across multiple locations in Northern Ireland, with a skeleton crew of just two.

An immersive location-based virtual reality installation allowing an audience to experience the famous ‘Dambusters’ mission from on board Guy Gibson’s Lancaster.

Filmed over two days on location at London's RAF Museum, with a skeleton crew of two. We also produced a further eight short films during these two shoot days, making this case study the most demanding in terms of scale and pushed our multi-tasking abilities to the limit.

Who can you trust when it comes to matters of state security? Eight hours ago teenage special operative Emma McCoy vanished. Now you and a partner must help find her in this VR thriller experience.

Filmed over one day with a skeleton crew of just two, as Pilot Theatre tested their new experience on the public for the first time.

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