Vū Technologies is technology company specializing in virtual production studios for advertising and commercial videos with studios in Tampa, Nashville and Las Vegas. It recently received $17 million seed investment from ADX Labs, Topmark Partners, and angel investors.
Virtual production is a new sector of the professional film and video industry. It blends both extended reality and mixed reality technologies in advanced studio facilities. Vū Studios are typically rented by film, TV, advertising, and corporate video producers based on project timeline.
The studios have large circular sound stage and have HD LED panels on all walls and ceilings. The Vū Dome is a sound stage in a massive 30 foot (9.1m) diameter dome structure with custom-made curved HD LED internal surfaces, providing a 180 by 90-degree volume. Vū Walls, constructed in effectively infinite sizes, provide advanced shooting environments for tracking shots.
“It’s a fitting record for the team building the largest network of virtual production studios of our time. Vū Technologies’ team of creative minds is second to none - we are excited to watch this concept disrupt the entertainment industry,” said Super Bowl Champion and NFL standout Trey Burton, one of the many high-profile investors in Vū Technologies.
Last month, Vū Technologies announced its new studio in Las Vegas. Will Nevada Film Office’ tax incentive program, Vū Technologies will hire local talents and collaborate with many community partners.