HERE BE DRAGONS
An Experience Studio
Here Be Dragons is a specialized and focused production company that supports the world’s leading creative innovators in Virtual Reality spherical filmmaking. The Vrse.works collective utilizes custom built tools and proprietary technology to craft and curate original immersive experiences.
An Experience Studio
IN THE CATEGORY FOR OUTSTANDING CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENT IN INTERACTIVE MEDIA WITHIN A SCRIPTED PROGRAM
Witness a day in the life of the rangers in Garamba National Park as they risk their lives against poachers.
Enter the first-ever Holocaust survivor testimonial in room-scale VR with survivor Pinchas Gutter.
In the final episode of “The Possible” directed by David Gelb, witness the creation of a real hoverboard and experience a ride yourself.
Soar 100,000 feet above Earth and experience an awe-inspiring perspective on the planet we call home.
Take a VR journey through space and time in the latest episode of The Possible: Listening to the Universe
Hurtle across the earth at over 350MPH in the latest episode of The Possible: Speed Machine
Meet the world’s most advanced robots and step inside Boston Dynamics’ top secret lab.
Two friends discover what it takes to stay connected in the modern age in this special celebration of the power of live experiences
Follow the conservation and rehabilitation of the Bird’s Head Seascape through the eyes of local fisherman and marine scientist Ronald Mambrasar and his young son, Valen.
Here Be Dragons most recently debuting a 13-minute virtual reality experience at Comic-Con for Mr. Robot VR.
Follow two renegade marine science researchers as they attempt to free-dive a hundred feet below the ocean’s surface in a single breath to capture the “click” communication of dolphins and sperm whales – the world’s largest predators
Experience the exclusive Virtual Reality video for OneRepublic’s single “Kids”
The New York Times celebrates this year’s best actors for their annual Great Performers issue with the Virtual Reality experience “Take Flight.”
In Gaza, foundations are built, destroyed, and built again. This virtual reality experience follows the struggle and strength of a mother coping with the death of her two children in the 2014 war.
Organic, spontaneous, sexy dances progress chronologically through Afro-Cuban Santería rumba, mambo, cha-cha-chá, salsa, breakdancing, and reggaeton, reflecting the broader story of Cuban history as revealed in the moves.
Creator Guy Shelmerdine helms Muse’s first foray into virtual reality. The 360º immersive experience, crafted for Muse’s track, “Revolt,” is set within a dystopian future, where rebel women fight against cold cyborg riot police.
Nearly 60 million people around the world have been driven from their homes by war and persecution – more than any other time since World War II. Half are children. The Displaced is the story of three of those children.
Chris Milk and U2 come together once again to create a revolutionary new visual interpretation of U2’s ‘Song for Someone’.
An immersive journey through an insane asylum in which the audience, bound to a wheelchair, undergoes a sensory-shocking horror experience.
Here Be Dragons and the New York Times come together to capture the birth of a new large-scale street art installation in New York by renowned French artist JR.
A photo-realistic CGI-rendered 3D Virtual Reality film that takes the viewer on a journey from one beginning to a new beginning.
Waves of Grace follows the experience of Decontee Davis, an Ebola survivor who uses her immunity to help others affected by the disease.
The first ever Virtual Reality news broadcast covers the Millions March in New York City. 60,000 New Yorkers took to the streets and marched as one to call for an end to racial profiling by police. Alice Speri reports from inside the protest.
Saturday Night Live celebrates 40 years in this star-studded live special, featuring appearances by current and former cast members, past hosts, and guest stars.
The Zaatari Refugee Camp is home to 130,000 Syrians fleeing violence and war. Children make up half the camp’s population. This is the story of Sidra, a 12-year old girl who has spent the last 18 months in Zaatari.