Content Partners

The content creation and production work done for Immersify is attributable to effective collaboration with leading content producers.

ARRI is a leading designer and manufacturer of camera and lighting systems for the film and broadcast industry, with a worldwide distribution and service network. It is also an integrated media service provider in the fields of film post- and coproduction, international sales, as well as equipment rental, supplying camera, lighting, and grip packages to professional productions.

BBC Studios is an unrivaled creator and distributor of content reaching audiences around the world. With over half a century’s experience of making bold, British, creative programmes loved by audiences at home and abroad, BBC Studios continues to lead the way in innovative, award-winning, storytelling and production techniques. With The Great Pyramid in 3D, From the BBC Series Ancient Invisible Cities they offer the project stunning signature scans of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

The Fluid Corpus Manipulation project (FluCoMA) instigates new musical ways of exploiting ever-growing banks of sound and gestures within the digital composition process, by bringing breakthroughs of signal decomposition DSP and machine learning to the toolset of techno-fluent computer composers, creative coders and digital artists.

NHK is Japan’s national public broadcasting organization. NHK joined forces with Ars Electronica Futurelab in 2017 to examine how 8K, the next generation of ultra-high definition TV technology, can be incorporated into daily life.

NHK Technologies, Inc., established in 1984, is the expert in broadcasting technology, information systems and IT for NHK, the sole public broadcaster in Japan. It is actively installing equipment to develop and promote 8K UHDTV technologies.

Nohlab is a multidisciplinary studio focused on art direction, experience design, animation, audiovisual performance and new media. Nohlab provided Immersify with an 8K version of Prima Materia, a stereoscopic piece taking the audience on an audiovisual journey.

RIEGL is an international leading provider of cutting edge 3D laser scanning technology for surveying. Laser scanning captures the surface of the environment with a very dense pattern of measuring points. For the project The translucent St. Stephen’s Cathedral, RIEGL Laser Scanners provided such a highly accurate, detailed, and coloured 3D point cloud of the cathedral and the surroundings – the basic data for a “digital twin” of St. Stephen’s.

Scanlab Projects is an award winning creative studio, specialized in exploring the use of large scale 3D scanning in architecture and the creative industries. Together with BBC Studios they worked on The Great Pyramid in 3D, From the BBC Series Ancient Invisible Cities, providing stunning signature scans of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Los Angeles based photographer Joe Capra of Scientifantastic is specializing in ultra high definition (4K – 10K) time-lapse photography, still photography, cinematography, and editing. Joe Capra provided us with Pano LA 10K, a timelapse video of Los Angeles in 10K.

Siemens Healthineers is a leading medical technology company that develops medical devices and technology for a wide range of therapy areas, with particular focus on medical imaging and diagnostics.

Tadej Droljc is a Slovenian interdisciplinary artist and creative coder who works in the field of electronic music, computer-generated audiovisual composition, interactive installations and intermedia art. Tadej Droljc provided Immersify with an 8K version of Singing Sand, a stereoscopic audiovisual work.

Theresa Schubert is a Berlin-based artist exploring unconventional visions of nature, technology and the self. She has been awarded with a STARTS Vertigo Residency (2019) funded by the European Commission during which she created the work Immersive Minimalism.

Timestorm Films is media production company based in the German Alps specializing in motion-control time-lapse cinematography. It provided us with 8K timelapse videos of Atacama Desert as well as of La Palma in Island in the Sky II.

Virgil Widrich works on numerous multimedia and film productions. He is one of the founders and Managing Directors of the multimedia company checkpointmedia GmbH, University Professor of Art & Science at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and owner and Managing Director of Virgil Widrich Film- und Multimediaproduktions G.m.b.H. He provided the project with tx-reverse 360°.