CRS is known for creative transformative VR, whether it is telling immersive stories, reducing bias or creating experiences that mitigate pain and anxiety. Our team is comprised of award winning filmmakers (documentary and fiction), technologists and entrepreneurs.
The company's first project, Across the Line, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2016 and won the Future of Storytelling audience award. It has been used to address bullying in partnership with Planned Parenthood programming across the world. CRS is building VR projects for many clients, from health care organizations to large police departments.
The company's work can be seen on popular websites like The New York Times and Sports Illustrated. Ashe '68, the company's latest VR movie, will debut at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.