• Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey Instagram Icon

©UNLTD inc

2205 rue Parthenais, Suite 317, Montreal, QC, H2K 3T3

PRESS

As the Vietnam War raged in 1969, Yoko Ono and her husband, John Lennon, held a week-long bed-In for peace at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal—a nonviolent protest against the war. Suite 1742 is a virtual experience that brings viewers back to that moment in time.

On May 26, 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono arrived in Montreal and checked into the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, where over the next weeks they stayed in Rooms 1738, 1740, 1742 and 1744 and staged a “bed-in for peace” protest, welcoming the world’s media and celebrities as they protested the Vietnam War.

Now a luxury property owned by Fairmont Hotels, the Queen Elizabethhotel is celebrating that historic event by inviting people to relive the bed-in with a virtual reality/augmented reality experience created by UNLTD.

UNLTD is pleased to announce the official opening of the redesign of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's "bed-in for peace", at the Queen Elizabeth hotel. UNLTD is very thankful to have been able to participate in the creation of this VR experience. 

Production is an exciting industry, but all industries have their challenges. With over 20 years of experience in the field, UNLTD's CEO, John Hamilton, looks back on what were some of the major challenges he's experienced regarding VR production. 

UNLTD — a Montreal-based virtual and augmented reality content and technology studio whose first fictional VR series, Trinity, had a trailer debut last spring at Cannes — has raised $1.1 million in seed funding.

Yahoo Finance

Pioneers in 3D camera and shooting technology, today at South by Southwest (SXSW), UNLTD presented the teaser trailer  for the virtual reality series, “Trinity.” The series, which will consist of five fifteen-minute episodes, will be platform-agnostic to allow compatibility with all virtual reality headsets.

UNLTD VR is pleased to announce the start of shooting in Prague, Czech Republic of Trinity, a Virtual Reality thriller directed by Patrick Boivin. Trinity is a live-action, interactive thriller set in Virtual Reality, a cinematic first in narrative story telling. Set 2000 years from now, in a future where humans have long been extinct, the last surviving androids fight a final war for freedom against an all powerful Singularity, their God…

Le cinéaste Patrick Boivin, connu entre autres pour son travail publicitaire et ses vidéos en stop-motion sur YouTube, s'est joint à l’équipe de la firme Unlimited pour la réalisation de Trinity, un film interactif en réalité virtuelle (RV). 

Unlimited VR CEO John Hamilton discuses the possibilities of virtual reality globally as well as his company's role and vision for an immersed gaming experience.

UNLIMITED, a company specializing in the production of Virtual Reality (VR) experiences, announces the start of the production of Trinity, the first live-action interactive film project shot in virtual reality. 

Please reload