A partnership between APG Media Group and Humber College on an Applied Research and Technology Partnership (ARTP) grant, with the generous support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has produced a prototype for APG Media Group. The project, “Metaverse-Based Virtual Simulations for Virtual Production and Customer Engagement, Education and Training” is a collaboration led by researchers Eva Ziemsen, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Fenuta from Humber College and Vice President of Virtual Production Service Solutions Tim Hatch, BA from APG Media Group.



The Educational LED Volume Walk-Through allows the user to experience being in a Volume used for virtual production no matter where they are in the world. This application can run on your PC or using any Quest (VR) headset (linked to the PC for VR mode using Quest Link) and enables you to feel immersed in the volume. An AI will explain the different areas of the Volume, including the Brain Bar, Motion Tracking System, the LED wall, individual LED tiles and electrical distribution. Any prospective client or educational institution interested in education about VP is invited to request this free app.


The Custom VP Volume Design allows any client of APG Media Group to be able to see their own custom Volume Design, according to their studio's specs. Please reach out to APG Media Group for more information on how to get your own custom LED Volume entirely for your specs. The first step is seeing what is possible in your space.

More Metaverse Research
If you are interested learning about our previous Metaverse-based research led by research leads Dr. Eva Ziemsen and Elizabeth Fenuta, OAA, M. Arch, please visit Harnessing Higher Education in the Metaverse. We welcome any approaches from industry partners and educators alike for our future research projects