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Caerphilly Based High-End CGI Company Helps Launch UK’s Biggest Ever Video Games Event


Ground breaking virtual reality hardware has been demonstrated at the video game event of the year – EGX 2016, taking place at Birmingham’s NEC.

The brand new MVR – Ascend technology, compatible with PS4, Xbox One and PC is the only VR system able to play existing and future games in tether-free VR using a smartphone. The event promises to be packed yet again with pre-release games and high profile game creators.

Caerphilly based high-end CGI company, DW Studio was drafted in to design creative CGI video and images for the event and promotional website.

egxThe immersive virtual reality experience is demonstrated through engaging DW Studio motion graphics. Carefully planned and creative animations highlight the unique features and benefits, helping generate interest in the product and ensuring a future ‘must have' purchase.

Deliverables for the innovative electronics company included a comprehensive HD showcase video for presenting the system at online and exhibitions globally, along with a 30 second teaser video to drive further interest in the product.

Additional looping animated product shots and high resolution images, ensured the futuristic technology was portrayed as exciting as possible, across many marketing channels.

Visit the MVR Ascend system launch website at while the Kickstarter campaign will be launched in a couple of weeks.

Take a look at the final video and image assets DW Studio designed for the initial launch:


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