Framestore Creates Virtual Reality World for Marriott

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VFX house Framestore used lessons learned on their award-winning work for motion picture Gravity to create an immersive virtual reality experience for Marriott that they call "an amusement park crammed into a closet."

"The Teleporter" looks something like a phone booth and uses Oculus Rift, along with some misters and fans, to transport users to Maui and London.

Says Framestore executive creative director Mike Woods, "This was just one hugely complex, stereoscopic 3D stitch job to make it feel completely 360-degree without being able to spot any errors, looking believable, getting a realistic sense of depth. It was a massive challenge."

Read the full story here on Fast Company's Co.Create.

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