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LATEST NEWS

ONSIGHT projects rewarded at Advanced Imaging Society's Creative Arts Awards

28th January, 2016

Last night in Hollywood, the Advanced Imaging Society honoured a number of ONSIGHT clients and projects at its Creative Arts Awards from Warner Bros. Studios.  The team congratulates everyone involved!

The prestigious Sir Charles Wheatstone Award went to BBC Earth for its 3D natural history feature films and giant screen productions.  As a leader in stereoscopuc 3D and 4K/giant screen, ONSIGHT has been a key collaborator on many BBC projects, including Tiny Giants, Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistorc Planet and most recently, Wild Africa. Read the full news here

Wild Africa 3D

04th January, 2016

One of our latest ventures into 4K and giant screen filmmaking is Wild Africa , now out in cinemas worldwide. Our post facility teamed up again with BBC Earth and Giant Screen Films to help deliver the immersive 3D experience.

Wild Africa 3D takes the audience on a spectacular journey across, over, and through the magical realms of the wildest continent on earth. Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, audiences are taken on a spectacular ride across the dramatic landscapes and habitats of Africa.

ONSIGHT is part of the 'Legacy - The 2015 Rugby World Cup'

18th December, 2015

World Rugby declared England 2015 the biggest and best Rugby World Cup ever.

This new film captures and examines the record-breaking tournament with archive footage, special sequences and interviews.

'FlySpy', a hybrid VR experience

17th December, 2015

FlySpy is a dark, innovative short from Flat Cap Films, Talesmith and BAFTA-winning Director Daniel M. Smith.

It is a hybrid VR experience, combining 2D live action with 360 capture. ONSIGHT is delighted to have supported the unique project from shoot to post.

'The Martian' sky rockets to top of box office

08th October, 2015

Ridley Scott’s The Martian was always going to be hotly anticipated, but now it has also made the top of the international box office. The ONSIGHT team is delighted to have worked with 20th Century Fox to support both production and post production.

Based on Andy Weir’s much praised novel, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after he is left behind during a manned mission to Mars that goes wrong.