4 VR/AR Companies For The Metaverse: Part 1

James Dargan
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Today starts a new series on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) companies that, while some of them may not be fully utilizing the Metaverse and Web3, have the expertise, leadership and technology to do so.

1. The Imaginarium Studios

Imaginarium Studios is one of the best VR/AR companies
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The Imaginarium Studios is a performance capture and virtual production studio based at London’s historic Ealing Studios, and a brand-new facility in Atlanta, Georgia.

Founded in 2012 by actor-director Andy Serkis and film producer Jonathan Cavendish, The Imaginarium Studios specializes in applying and developing performance capture and virtual production tools to create emotionally engaging and believable digital characters for new generation storytelling in film, television, games, AR, VR and mixed reality.

The Imaginarium Studios also provides production and creative consultancy services for studios worldwide. While providing body capture, facial capture, full performance capture, and pre-and post-visualization services with a virtual production toolkit. The studio can deploy to live-action set capture, and site-specific real-time capture for live performance events.

From consultation, casting, script and character development, rehearsal and movement coaching, through to pre-production and principal photography, our goal is to provide a bespoke service in order to guide the client and help bring their virtual character concepts to life.

2. Digikore Studios

Credit: Digikore Studios

Digikore Studios is a Pune, India-based visual effects studio founded in 2000 by Abhishek More that offers a full suite of visual effects services managed by a seasoned production team.

Its artists utilize the latest licensed software, hardware and proprietary tools to become an extension of customers’ productions’ existing infrastructure.

Digikore Studios’ talented artists and reliable VFX and VR pipeline are ready to meet any challenge and its outsourcing potential can meet the demands of any project.

In the past, the studio has helped production companies like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Paramount, Fox, CBS, and Sony by delivering their finished effects on time and on budget.

3. DecorMatters

DecorMatters is one of the best VR/AR companies
Credit: DecorMatters

DecorMatters is building the world’s first blockchain-based creator ecosystem to reshape the trillion-dollar interior design and furniture shopping industry. By using the power of creativity and converting the stressful home renovation process into a relaxing social gaming experience, DecorMatters is re-inventing the traditional customer journey for the massive industry.

With 6,000,000+ active designers, 2,000,000+ creations, 30+ national brands, 1,000,000+ furniture items, and unlimited collaboration opportunities, the leading creativity platform continues its rapid growth by leveraging AR, AI and Data, and Blockchain technology.

Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, DecorMatters was founded in 2016 by Farris Wu and Fay Yang and has raised a total of $11.5 million in funding over three rounds.

4. nDreams

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Based in Farnborough, UK, nDreams was founded in 2006 by Patrick O’Luanaigh.

A world-leading VR game developer and publisher, nDreams combines innovation with excellence and has developed and published games with some of the world’s biggest gaming and entertainment partners across all leading VR headsets and has raised north of $11 million in funding to date.

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