Legend3D Launches Virtual Reality Division


3D conversion and VFX studio Legend3D announced Tuesday that it has launched a Virtual Reality division, and are currently partnering with feature film studios, ad agencies and global retail partners to create immersive VR experiences in both 2D and 3D formats.

Also in this announcement, Legend3D alluded to the fact that they were awarded a contract from an undisclosed retail brand to provide, “360 camera capture, creative consultation, VFX and conversion work for a 360-degree stereoscopic VR experience.”

Legend’s first project, released at CES 2015, was the short “The Recruit: R U In”, in partnership with Metaverse, Inc. and it is currently featured and available on Samsung’s Milk VR store for download.

The studio, with previous work spanning commercials as well as feature films including “Jupiter Ascending,” “The Lego Movie” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” said it is currently partnering with feature film studios, advertising agencies and retail brands for future VR experiences.

Jared Sandrew, Legend’s Chief Creative Officer,

The key to successful Virtual Reality is producing innovative content at a high-quality level, and the experience is even more successful when it is delivered in stereoscopic 3D.

Legend’s new Virtual Reality division is a sign for things to come as clients began to demand more full-service solutions from concept to completion for any VR device, in both 2D and 3D 360-degree formats.

Looking forward to additional announcements from Legend.

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