Description: “Yesterday was quite a trip to the future” Martin Leuw, Founder, Growth4Good”At Ravensbourne College in London, a team of pioneers, researchers, students and creatives are playing with developing reality-bending technology, experimenting with multidisciplinary teams to explore just where it might take us.” Little Black Book, Celebrating Creativity”Connecting European artists via #MixedReality @RavensbourneUK and #PlayLabZ demonstrate innovative holographic technology #BUILAShowcase at British Embassy in Berlin” BUILAA new-breed innovation, idea incubation, mentoring and independent community interest company – born at Ravensbourne University London.Founded by PsychFi, Freek Labs, KAWS INFINITY, Squire Studios & Prof David CrawfordThe PlayLa.bZ: Multi-dimensional Motion Arts Zone is an award winning experiential DIY immersive experiences playground. For academia and enterprise to tinker, and rapid prototype ideas with emerging technology, evolving moving image tools and the transformative medium of multi-dimensional story-telling.Multi-dimensional Motion Arts Capture & Social Spatial VideoProgressive & Tactile AudioHolographic Screens & Mixed Reality HeadsetsLight Art & Projection Mapping360 Immersive Video & Mixed Reality Experience CreationMixed Reality Archive & Open Source Standards Of ExcellenceLaunching soon GenieMo Flow a free and open source DIY (Multi-dimensional Motion Arts*) capture and (4D) social video broadcast tool kit for culture, education, and social good shared experiences. Lovingly presented by PlayLa.bZ and based on LiveScan3D to help empower and unite a new breed of global 3D, 4D, Mixed Reality, Virtual, Volumetric, Spatial. Holographic makers, artivists, and storytellers.GenieMo™ UK Trade Mark Number UK00003459192

Industry: Arts and Crafts


Company size: 1-10 employees

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Headquarter: London, England

Ownership: Not for profit

Founded year: 2019

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Location: London, England SE10 0EW, GB