About Enosis VR

We are creators, innovators and storytellers elevating virtual reality experiences to new heights.

Enosis produces virtual reality video content and advanced interactive applications that demonstrate best practices with the ultimate sense of presence. We tell stories in VR through captivating visual content, three-dimensional sound, interactivity and the art of directing, to immerse viewers in responsive, artful worlds with infinite possibilities.

Founded by Vangelis Lympouridis, director, producer and academic, Enosis has a solid understanding of the advantages and limitations of rapidly evolving VR and immersive technologies and the development of smart solutions.

Based in Los Angeles, CA, a creative hub at the intersection of art, entertainment and technology our creative teams are assembled to meet specific client goals. Our talent pool includes VR developers, cinematographers, sound engineers, whole-body interaction specialists, animators, choreographers, UX designers, strategists, producers and engineers.

We produce and develop original content, powerful post-production solutions and proprietary technologies to advance the capabilities of existing software and hardware platforms. Our R&D team creates custom tools and technologies to craft and curate original immersive experiences that stand out.

About the Founder

Vangelis Lympouridis is the founder of Enosis. After a successful career in academia he founded Enosis, a cutting-edge production company that specializes in music and virtual reality applications. Enosis produces innovative, fully immersive musical experiences that expand the way people perceive music using truly surround sound, interactivity and immersion.

Before launching his company Vangelis oversaw operations and research at Mark Bolas’ MxR Studio, the main VR Hub at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California, where he explored Virtual Reality and Whole Body Immersion with an interdisciplinary team of students.

While at USC, he produced a series of innovative VR projects including Project Syria: An Immersive Experience, commissioned by the World Economic Forum and exhibited in Davos, the Sundance Film Festival, the Sheffield Doc Fest and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; Use of Force, that was funded by the Tribeca Film Festival and AP Google; and F1, a cinematic immersive experience presented at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore.

Vangelis has a PhD in Whole Body Interaction and an MSc in Sound Design from the University of Edinburgh. He also holds a BFA in Sculpture and Environmental Art from Glasgow School of Art. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.