A story of love and harmony as a non-interactive 360° animation and piano concerto.
Armonia portrays cost of love and the the circle of life through abstract visuals and classical sounds.
The VR program made it’s US debut at the 2019 New York TriBeca Film Festival and internationally at Cannes XR, France.
3D Character Design
An episodic XR journey for the entire family
Immersive Story Telling
Brought to you by Potential Synergy, Nova Media, Google Day Dream, Youtube VR, and the Tribeca Film Institute.
Behind The Scenes
Artistic and technical director Bracey Smith, of Potential Synergy Inc, led a team of five creators – building Armonia on a $50,000 budget.
DirectorBracey is the Chief Creative Developer at Potential Synergy, a VR and future tech startup based in NY. As child at heart, Bracey loves to play, participating in E-sports competitions in XR and building robots with his two daughters in the physical world.
Anja Moreno Smith
Anja is a writer/producer and Potential Synergy’s Creative Operations Officer. She brought a little bit of her own magic and organization to Armonia’s development and production.
3D DesignerJacques is an artist, passionate about design. He researched and developed the characters of Armonia, conceptualizing how crystal birds might move, dance and fly.
Joe works with brands and investors to develop partnerships that drive revenue. He films shoot live volumetric content, especially for documentaries and classical music arts.
Marketing DirectorKyle manages press relations and social media inquiries. He has a strong passion for writing, human consciousness and self-awareness.
ProducerWith an advanced skill set in audio engineering, video production, and project management, Dan thrives in highly collaborative environments, with over a decade of experience in taking media projects from conception to completion.
Sara K White
3D DesignerSarah was behind Silas Howard’s powerful family drama, the recently released “A Kid Like Jake,” her credits also include Gillian Robespierre’s “Obvious Child,” which have premiered at Sundance.
Illustrator/Animator/CompositorHis animation directorial debut appeared in MoMA’s New Directors New Films festival in 2013. Since then he has animated and illustrated for The Lumineers and The Beastie Boys.