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2018 Lumiere Awards Recognize Owlchemy, VRC, Sony And Others For VR/AR

2018 Lumiere Awards Recognize Owlchemy, VRC, Sony And Others For VR/AR

The Advanced Imaging Society, a non-profit trade group with members including major Hollywood studios, held its annual Lumiere awards this week on the Warner Bros. studio lot. A number of VR and AR projects were recognized.

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality was selected as VR game of the year. Last year, projects like Dear Angelica and Google Earth VR took home awards. Check out the full list of winners in immersive categories at the 2018 awards below. Also, be sure to check out our own best of 2017 list too.

Best VR Game

“Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality” from Adult Swim & Owlchemy Labs

Best VR Location Based Animated Short

 “Tree” from the New Reality Company

Best Location Based VR: Animated

“Raising A Rukus” from The Virtual Reality Company

Best VR Documentary

“Sensations of Sound” from The New York Times & Lytro

VR – Documentary Jury Prize

“The Last Goodbye” from the Moving Picture Company

Best VR Brand Experience: Motion Picture

“Spiderman: Homecoming VR Experience” from Sony Pictures Entertainment

Best Branded Experience: Sports

“F1 Experiences” from Grabit Interactive

Best VR Brand Experience

“Born in Baja” from Ford

Best Sports VR Experience

“Take Every Wave: Laird in VR” from RYOT

Best Music VR Experience

Alex Aiono feat. T Pain “One At A Time” from Interscope & Two Bit Circus

Best Live Action VR

“Rose Colored” from Invar Studios & Adam Cosco

Best Augmented Reality Experience

“Altered Carbon” from Netflix

Best VR Animated

“Asteroids!” from Baobab Studios

Best VR Science Experience

A Journey Through the Milky Way from National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

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