Utilizing the latest technologies, the company also develops virtual reality (VR 360 degrees) movies, augmented reality designs, innovative 2D and 3D Maya productions, in addition to a variety of animated movie production that was aired on several TV outlets in the Mena Region. It also develops drama and adventure series, mobile & TV apps, documentary movies, games, educational videos, awareness episodes, campaigns, and animated advertisements mixed with live shots.


2D Animation

2D animation is one of the major types of animation. It’s widely used for creating animated movies, cartoons, marketing videos, advertisements, educational materials, games, and so much more.


3D Animation

The awesome graphics that you come across in sci-fi or modern movies are the handiwork of 3D animation for which you need advanced 3D modeling software. The artists also need to be technically proficient in leveraging the various tools available for 3D rendering. In this case, frames are not needed for showcasing the movement. Instead, 3D objects are moved on-screen for simulating the real-time motion.


360° Animation

360° animation allows you the flexibility to create whatever environment you want, and gives your audience the ability to interact with this environment, so the possibilities of what we can create are endless.


Virtual Reality ( VR )

Just because virtual reality has ‘real’ in its name doesn’t mean it has to be realistic! 3D animation can be used to create 360° VR environments as effectively as 360° video can, and with 360° degree animation you are unlimited in terms of the virtual environment you can create – it’s not restricted to what can be filmed with a 360° camera rig. It’s even possible to transfer 2D animation into a 3D environment for quirkier effects.


Augmented Reality ( AR )

AR is going to change the shape of commerce thoroughly shortly. The core advantage of business in augmented reality development for smartphones and tablets is that the hardware is available, and the usage is intuitive and understanding.


3D Post Production

There was a time when this topic did not exist for most 3D architectural renderers. We simply hit the “render” button and the image or animation that resulted was the final product. The use of post-production techniques migrated from movie production studios, in particular, all-digital studios like Pixar. The enormous positive effect these techniques have had on architectural visualization cannot be overstated.