SCAD open disguise xR stage

The Savannah College of Art and Design recognized the need for an extended reality (xR) stage as part of their landmark 10.9-acre expansion project of Savannah Film Studios.

 the xR Volume has been open, enabling students to experiment with content production and develop the necessary skills to enter the industry.

In Entertainment Arts and Digital Media schools, staying on top of the latest technological developments is crucial to help grow the future generation of filmmakers.

 Recognizing the rapid development of extended reality technology within the creative industry, SCAD decided to build an xR stage so their students would have a much-desired skillset upon graduation. 

In this case study together with disguise, you will discover how our team integrated the disguise xR workflow with DeNyse LED solutions to install the first full-scale, turnkey, collegiate xR volume that now allows numerous students from different majors to become designers and film producers of the future.

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