Inside Virtual Production Studios by 80Six

80six’s Jack James and Dan Hamill explain the value that the company’s recently expanded versatile studio space has brought to the business.

When the pandemic hit in early 2020, live events came to an abrupt halt and rental houses around the world saw their warehouses full to the brim with unused equipment. During this time, many businesses had a similar idea of creating a studio space. The range of offerings went from low-budget DIY streaming stages all the way up to high-end XR studios demonstrating the latest in-camera technology. Falling into the latter of these two categories, 80six’s studio space in its Slough HQ has now become a major part of the company’s portfolio and taken on a life of its own. 

This article originally appeared in issue #271 of TPi, which you can read here.