former executive of Sony, Disney and Infinity Ward are a study focused on virtual reality
‘Rogue Initiative’ will be called.
A group of former executives, developers and workers Infinity Ward, Disney, Pixar, MTV Films, DreamWorks and Sony , have announced foundation of a new company, href=”http://therogueinitiative.com” the Rogue Initiative that will produce content for virtual reality in the form of games, movies and television series.
the Rogue Initiative use technology Unreal Engine 4 for their games , and we would have closed several agreements with Hollywood directors , in the search for interactive experiences big budget . They would also have serious intentions to produce own content and adapt the existing platforms such as PlayStation VR, Oculus, HTC Vive and Gear VR , as well as ecosystems and portals streaming style Netflix and Hulu
One of his first projects will be versed in the development of an episodic game based on a license as well as the presentation of a psychological thriller and an adventure animation. Pete Blumel , the founder of the company, and had served in Activision as one of the creators of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Ghosts . Another of its founders, Cathy Twigg , has worked at renowned animation sagas, such as Shrek , Kung Fu Panda or How to Train Your Dragon .
“ have always believed in the ways of unifying creative Hollywood under one roof big-budget video games, and developers,” said Blumel. “ Virtual reality is another catalyst perfect to build that bridge.” You have more information about the company, href=”http://therogueinitiative.com” on its official website.
2016: the year of the virutal reality
addition to Oculus Rift and Sony , who will have their virtual reality glasses cited for PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR , Nintendo has confirmed its progress in that field , but still has no concrete plans. Meanwhile, href=”http://www.vandal.net/noticia/1350672829/apple-contrata-a-un-experto-en-realidad-virtual/” Apple reportedly hired experts virtual and augmented reality for their own development purposes. 2016 , analysts say, will be the year of the explosion of virtual reality with expectations several million units .