VR for VFX, Film & Brands

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Sunday, June 25th, 2017
4:00pm-4:25pm
CR2D1-17(Room 201)
CONFERENCE OR MULTIPASS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION

VR for VFX, Film & Brands

Virtual Reality is transforming VFX, Film/TV Production and Brand engagement at a rapid pace. From Hollywood Blockbusters to Branded Experiences, interactive technologies are revolutionizing the production process. Joseph Zaki, CEO of VRTUALITY, gives an in-depth discussion about using Mirage, the industry’s fastest VR solution that is revolutionizing the way Hollywood Studios, Global Brands and Fortune 500 companies create ground-breaking VR content.

Joseph Zaki
Joseph Zaki, CEO | VRTUALITY

Joseph Zaki is the Founder and CEO of VRTUALITY, a leading Virtual Reality studio focused on evolving blockbuster visual effects technology into fully immersive VR experiences. VRTUALITY recently launched its newest VR “Platform as a Service” Mirage at VRLA to astounding acclaim. VRTUALITY’s Mirage is the only VR multi-player/multi-experience platform of its kind, designed to cut projects’ production time and cost by 75%. VRTUALITY has been an early pioneer of VR technology, paving the road with cutting edge solutions for some of the World’s biggest brands such as: Verizon, Honda, Riot Games, Universal Music Group & LiveNation.

Joseph’s award winning trajectory comes from being a Visual Effects veteran with twenty years of Hollywood Blockbuster Visual Effects experience delivering ground-breaking VR and VFX for Fortune 500 companies, Hollywood Studios and AAA game studios. He has worked on over thirty films including the Oscar winning films “Interstellar”, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Spider-Man 2”. He has worked with Disney, Lucasfilm, Warner Brothers, Columbia Pictures, Sony Imageworks, Double Negative, MPC, Method Studios, Digital Domain along with numerous commercial and advertising companies. Joseph is a member of the Producers Guild of America, The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences and the Visual Effects Society.

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