Assassin’s Creed Movie Experience in VR

Assassin's Creed Movie

20th Century Fox, New Regency, Ubisoft Motion Pictures, and VR development studio Practical Magic  have choose AMD pro Dual Graphics to bring their upcoming Movie “Assassin’s CREED” to bring VR Experience to life. Assassin’s creed movie experience in VR.

Assassin’s Creed VR is being shot concurrently with the movie. The studio is able to recreate the sets from the film at an extremely high quality level, using massive textures and complex geometry on the set locations like Malta, Spain, and London.

The newly announced AMD Radeon Pro Duo graphics card and AMD LiquidVR technology are foundational elements across the entire production of the ASSASSIN’S CREED Movie VR experience.

In order to create such a complex and immersive experience in virtual reality demands an incredible amount of compute power. Practical Magic studio asked AMD for their Radeon Duo Graphics card which is not only fast but engineered for Virtual reality experience. The 16 TeraFlops of compute power can handle very complex calculations in Gaming and generation of Virtual Reality Experience.

Assassin's Creed Movie

Features unique to AMD Radeon graphics such as asynchronous compute and LiquidVR technology are the actual difference between VR being good and VR being great,” said Matthew Lewis, president of Practical Magic VR and director of VR experiences, Practical Magic.

With Liquid VR Technology and Sulon HMD ( Head mounted device), AMD is bringing the best VR Experience to all the consumers.

“20th Century Fox, New Regency, and Ubisoft Motion Pictures are thrilled to partner with AMD on this movie based live action ASSASSIN’S CREED VR experience that will allow fans and moviegoers to live out moments from our film,” said Zachary Eller, Senior Vice President, 20th Century Fox.

ASSASSIN’S CREED, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, opens in theaters worldwide on Dec. 21, 2016.

The Experience for Assassin’s creed Game series Fans will be extremely immersive with VR. The “era of 15th century”  will be presented in Virtual Reality.

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