While at Paramount, Schilowitz will maintain his role as chief creative officer at Barco Escape, where he has worked with the company on its immersive theater concept that includes additional screens on the walls perpendicular to the main screen to provide a cockpit-style viewing experience.“Ted has been an integral part of the film industry’s innovation into next generation visual storytelling,” Gianopulos and Gumpert said in a statement.“From Immersive Cinema to Augmented Reality and beyond, I’m excited to work with the Paramount and Viacom teams to discover and implement the latest technological advancements and create strategies that will enhance the audience’s experiences across Paramount’s movie, television, and interactive content,” Schilowitz said in the statement.
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MARCH 12, 2014
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2014 - PARAMOUNT VISUALS COMPANY, INC
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