Taran3D is more than just an immersive tech business, we also invest in kickstarting careers. We are fully committed to supporting the next generation of tech talent in our industry through a range of initiatives. We have built strong relationships with partner organisations to teach, inspire and motivate young people to consider tech as a worthy career path and have established our own educational business XR Academy to provide immersive tech training for all.Read More
Taran3D is in the news again! If you didn’t catch Taran’s recent interview, talking about how we brought Perry, the Birmingham2022 mascot to life on Amber Sandhu’s show, you can listen below.
Taran was asked by Radio WM to discuss the role Taran3D played in helping the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games team bring Perry to life digitally.
A Brummie born & bred, Taran has strong links to the Birmingham2022 jewel in the crown, Alexander Stadium. Living in nearby Handsworth all his life, he even competed in a school sports day at the stadium many moons ago!
Taran said “We are proud to bring Perry to life and be an accessible mascot for the times we live in. Our digital reimagining of Perry helped him travel effortlessly across the globe, meeting new audiences throughout the pandemic. We love seeing all the #PoseWithPerry selfies and have been blown away by the amazing response our animated Perry received.
“Living in Handsworth, I have a lifelong love of my area and community and I can’t wait for the world to see what our city has to offer at Birmingham2022.”
You can listen to Taran’s interview on Amber Sandhu below.
In 2021, we were excited to work with the Birmingham2022 Commonwealth Games to bring Perry the mascot to life!
As a leading 3D and XR studio, we were tasked with bringing Perry, the game’s mascot, to life through animation and immersive technology. The aim of this project was to create a lifelike animated version of the already brilliantly created Perry. Ensuring he could be viewed online and through a specially created Instagram filter.Read More