Florida-based Full Sail University announced that it has officially opened the doors to one of the first, one of the largest, and one of the most technologically advanced virtual production studios on any college or university campus in the nation, Studio V1: Virtual Production.
“Full Sail University is honored to cut the ribbon on our latest innovative facility, Studio V1. Our Virtual Production Studio will allow our students to gain real world industry knowledge utilizing the latest technology, while also attracting professional projects to the region. We look forward to the future projects and learning opportunities this studio will provide,” said Full Sail University Visual Arts education director Rick Ramsey.
Following the ribbon cutting on 8 March, Studio V1: Virtual Production, is now fully open and in operation. It will offer unique learning opportunities for students across numerous degree programs, including:
- Computer Animation Bachelors
- Digital Cinematography Bachelors
- Film Bachelors
- Film Production Master of Fine Arts
- Game Art Bachelors
- Game Design Bachelors
- Game Design Masters
- Game Development Bachelors
- Show Production Bachelors
- Simulation & Visualization Bachelors
The ribbon cutting of the virtual production studio featured key speakers including: Garry Jones (President, Full Sail University), Phil Anderson (Mayor, Winter Park), as well as Rick Ramsey. During the ceremony Ramsey and the studio’s manager, Kyle Frazer, provided demonstrations, tours and explained how the technology is taught and utilized in the industry.