One of the leading VR shops in Canada, OCCUPIED VR was founded by an award winning group of creatives who bring their film, game development, and visual experimentation to the world of VR. With their sights fixed on pushing the limits of immersive technology, Occupied has staked its claim as one of the most innovative virtual reality production houses in the world.

With an extensive portfolio including work for VICELAND, SONY, SAMSUNG, INTEL, TIFF, HOT DOCS and  CFC, the team continues to explore the creative possibilities of the virtual experience. Whether the project be a film-based 360 ̊ branding activation released on Samsung Gear or Google Cardboard/IOS, or a fully interactive VR experience built for HTC Vive or Oculus – Occupied VR can customize it’s pipeline to suit any creative vision.

As VR technology continues to evolve, Occupied VR is poised to be a front runner in creating cutting edge content for these new emerging worlds.


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- J. Lee Williams, co-founder.




It all started when...

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Live action + Sport

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room scale + interactive


Commercial + Brand Marketing

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