1. an award-winning immersive media consulting group whose mission is to transform the way we learn, share and experience through immersive technology.
2. attract and hold the interest and attention of; the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination and wisdom.
what we do
We collaborate with clients from concept to production and distribution.
Our unique 360° advertising strategy helps influence the planning and buying stages of the customer's journey.
Inspire your audience with unforgettable live experiential activations that they will not only embrace, but share.
Escape Now with award-winning VR filmmaker, Tarik Mohamed, as he takes you on a virtual journey while sharing the stories behind some of the world's most iconic destinations.Go to link
Ancient Egypt has captivated the imaginations of people for centuries. It continues to breathe mysteries and intrigue to this day, attracting millions of visitors to exhibits around the world. Ramses III, is a fascinating look into the lust for power that plagued this model of civilization. The downfall of the Ramses dynasty is told in a new twist on William Shakespeare's play, Richard III, a powerful thriller about the betrayal of brothers, murder and political manipulation. Coming Soon
During the 2018 IPW, Captivision Media in partnership with Explore Brooklyn produced a 360° experience that took viewers to iconic locations across one of NYC's most cherished borough. Experience used during trade shows, website, social media and within the Brooklyn Visitor Center.Go to link
As part of UNICEF's Kid Power program, we transported kids virtually into the world of Neyde, a 12 year old radio host and activist in her hometown of Xia Xia, Mozambique to get an intimate experience into her daily life at home, school and with her friends.Go to link
The award-winning Cardboard City provides an immersive visit inside the enchanted studio of Brooklyn-based stop motion animator Danielle Ash, who has built a cardboard world inside her studio from the pickle vendor, to the bakery, to the neighborhood bar. As her studio comes to life, viewers find themselves transported inside a cardboard rollercoaster.Go to link