Virtual Guest® is an integrated Virtual Reality (VR) solutions company specialising in high-quality immersive experiences for purposes including storytelling, marketing, research and training.
We create compelling VR experiences that transport the viewer inside the content to amplify emotions and engagement.
Virtual Guest own Australia’s first professional VR camera, and can provide the tools, knowledge and crew for your VR project or coordinate an end-to-end production with high technical quality, narrative structure and seamless delivery.
Our mobile, high-performance equipment and large network of creatives, technologists and developers give us the power to collaborate with businesses and individuals anywhere in the world.
Contact Us to discuss how we can work with you and create engaging, effective VR content.
Earlier in the year, Australian-based creative and design platform Semi Permanent hedged their bets on Virtual Reality as the future of their industry.
Putting their money where their mouth is, Semi Permanent partnered with Google VR, artists James Jean, Kelvin Ho, Luke Lucas, Sharni Spencer and production companies Will O Rourke, Virtual Guest and more to create ‘Collaboration.’
The experience challenges four acclaimed figures in their field to come together and create unified pieces of art, while still demonstrating their individual signature skills using Google’s Tilt Brush.
VIA ALICE is a cross-cultural collaboration between American rapper and producer Khalif Diouf (Le1f) and indigenous Australian dancer and choreographer Waangenga Blanco.
Collaborating with Pete Keen, multidisciplinary artist, creative director and founder of Melbourne’s Sugar Mountain festival; and Daniel Stricker, head of Siberia Records, a producer, and founding member of Australian luminaries Midnight Juggernauts, VIA ALICE follows Khalif and Waangenga on an immersive journey from New York City into the vast Australian outback.
Read the ★★★★ review from The Sydney Morning Herald here.
Mobile users: Tap the ‘play’ icon then the YouTube logo to launch the YouTube app in 360 or in 3D VR with Google Cardboard or Daydream.
Desktop Users: Watch in Google Chrome web browser and use your mouse or keyboard’s arrow keys to change your point of view.