Sydney: StaplesVR Opens VR Facility At Fox Studios

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Sydney: StaplesVR Opens VR Facility At Fox Studios
July 30, 2017

StaplesVR have opened a Sydney studio hiring out VR and AR equipment and crew to production teams.

 

Leading VR & AR Rentals and Production house, StaplesVR, have opened a Studio in Sydney. Based out of Fox Studios, Moore Park, the facility will provide VR/AR gear, crew and technology to Brands, Agencies and Industry Production Partners.

 

StaplesVR are the official Nokia OZO re-seller for Australia and New Zealand, and have been selected by Jaunt as the first International re-selling and rental partner outside of the USA to operate the Jaunt ONE camera and delivery platform.

 

They will continue developing with both Microsoft’s Hololens and MetaVision’s Meta2 in the AR space and provide LIDAR (environment) scanning, 360° LIVE streaming solutions, and photogrammetry resources, from their newly established Sydney facility.

 

CEO Fox Studios, Wayne Borg said: “I’m delighted to welcome Aliesha, Ed, Paul and the StaplesVR team to Fox Studios. They are recognised industry leaders who are doing ground breaking work in the AR and VR space. Establishing a strong presence on the Lot opens up a new set of highly innovative resources and skills and opportunities that local and global production partners can take advantage of in Sydney.”

 

Aliesha Staples said, “as the opportunities in AR, VR and mixed reality platforms continue to develop and refine, it’s great news that we can expand our capabilities into NSW to provide services, education and consultancy to a wide range of partners. We’re really looking forward to collaborating.”

 

Paul Willey, StaplesVR Sydney, concluded: “Aliesha and Ed are global leaders who are passionate about bringing stories to life with cutting-edge technologies and platforms. It’s exciting to be able to bring a truly unique set of resources and skills to the NSW creative community, and I look forward to the partnerships that will develop as a result.”

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