Your story projected through the truest reality.

OTTO VR is an elite team of industry leaders, delivering high-end, immersive content with strong cinematic narratives – bending the frame of traditional storytelling.
With a stronghold on current technologies and delivering creative storytelling, combined with end-to-end development – including full service production, post-production, visual effects, and technology, OTTO VR is forging a bold path in producing unique experiential content.

Immerse your audience; they’re waiting.

OTTO VR is prepared to engage the market with your story using VR and other emerging technologies, and pushing the boundaries with cinematic narratives enabling audience pull on a more emotive level.
Now that the technology is accessible, the reach potential for your company or client is only limited by your imagination.
Personal viewing is lifted to greater heights.

The capacity to engage is limitless.


And Proud of IT

The Department of Premier and Cabinet created a multi-user Virtual Reality experience, as part of its ‘Victorian. And Proud of it’ campaign.

Two documentary VR narratives, directed by Michael Beets, highlight the contributions new Australians make to our everyday way of life.

OTTO VR produced the two VR films, as well as a custom synchronised viewing platform.

Through VR, the experience promotes understanding and empathy in the community for ordinary Australians from diverse backgrounds.

The VR activation consists of 8 pods in a touring truck, known as ‘Vicky’, which will be making its way through Victoria over the next few months.

Westfield AW17

Scentre Group revealed Westfield’s Family campaign showcasing over 140 fashion and lifestyle retailers in it its biggest and most diverse brand work to date.

At Westfield and online, customers can enjoy an immersive 360° experience, created by OTTO VR, which invites viewers to have a seat at the Westfield family table for an intimate lunch alongside the campaign’s stars, hosted by Dame Edna who offers her own colourful commentary.


VR documentary short ‘Jafri’ is an intimate portrait of Jafri Katagar, Melbourne’s one-man anti-racism street campaigner. Since coming to Australia as a refugee and becoming an Australian citizen, Jafri has been vigilant in his fight against discrimination and intolerance. Jafri spends his Friday afternoons standing in the middle of the busiest intersection in Melbourne’s CBD, silently challenging the beliefs of passers-by with his simple sign: STOP RACISM NOW.

Directed by Michael Beets, the documentary explores the tender and complex man behind the signs, as he guides viewers through his daily life and the intimate moments that shape him. ‘Jafri’ premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival as part of their new Virtual Reality program and had its North American debut at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). It has screened at Cannes Film Festival presented by Byron Bay Film Festival and Collective Reality, was chosen as part of the Kaleidoscope VR showcase and has now been officially released on the Jaunt platform.


Rone is a distinctive portrait of Melbourne street artist Rone, whose stunning large-scale portraits are often seen adorning forgotten or soon to be forgotten spaces around the city, acting as a commentary on gentrification as well as the often overly masculine realm of street art in general.

Capturing these works in VR, Lester Francois has immortalised this fleeting but iconic Melbourne art, as well as its creator.

Victorian Public Transport