Aruna Inversin has been with Digital Domain for over a decade, and has been working in the visual effects industry for more than 20 years. Working around the world starting in Northern California, British Columbia, and Australia he is currently based in Los Angeles. His experience and expertise has contributed to his many accolades, including two Emmy nominations, and a Visual Effects Society nomination for the first Virtual Reality Advertisement, “The Neymar Jr. Experience” for Nike, where viewers can score a goal as Neymar Jr. in a first-person, virtual world. And the Bjork’s “Stonemilker” VR experience, which debuted at MoMA in NY. Most recently he has been supervising cinematic storytelling experiences through virtual reality on multiple formats. Using his extensive skill set and years of experience in the visual effects world, he is able to venture out into the evolving world of virtual reality. Designing and creating custom VR camera rigs which enable him and the team to create and capture the best 360 video for every project. Recent projects include VR experiences based on popular Syfy series, including “Welcome to the Quiet Room” for Incorporated and multiple projects based on The Expanse; and high-end international VR music videos for artist Chris Li. Currently he has been developing interactive experiences for the Google Daydream platform using VR stereoscopic video.