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HEXXU Adds Heavy Hitter to Leadership Team as Development Continues for Live Action VR Technology

(Atlanta, GA) April 12, 2016 – HEXXU recently announced the debut of its innovative Live Action Virtual Reality (VR) capture technology for live and scripted content. To help define and steward the strategy for this revolutionary technology, HEXXU added long-time media veteran William Chapman, former VP of Emerging Technology for Turner Broadcasting, to its leadership team. 


Former CFO of Sony Online Entertainment and Director of Finance & Operations for The Walt Disney Company Joins HEXXU Team

(Atlanta, GA) September 22, 2015 – After recently optioning a screenplay for their first original virtual reality film, HEXXU continues forward growth by hiring a Chief Financial Officer, Ken Dopher, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. Mr. Dopher brings more than 25 years of finance experience to the table, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. 

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HEXXU Options Screenplay for First Original Virtual Reality Film

(Atlanta, GA) September 9, 2015 – HEXXU recently signed an option for its first original film, titled OBI, from local award-winning screenwriter Wiley McCain. OBI is the first film that will be produced and released in traditional media, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR) simultaneously. “OBI, being such a powerful, moving and visual story, is a great example to experience in more than one way,” said Richard Oesterreicher, President & CEO of HEXXU.

This animated short film will be released in all three formats.  The traditional media form will be available to watch in a theater or on a television, computer or mobile device. The traditional form will be extended with AR experiences to enhance the story for audiences with Microsoft HoloLens, Magic Leap or other mixed-reality devices. OBI will also be released as a stand-alone VR narrative film to experience on devices such as Oculus Rift, Sony Morpheus or similar VR devices. In VR form, the user can move and adjust their view – just like watching a stage play where the audience can move on the stage.