Mirada Creates ‘The Strain’ VR Experience for FX - Survive it with Guillermo del Toro at Comic-con 2015
MIRADA & DDB CHICAGO ROLL OUT CAPITAL ONE’S VENTURE CARD CAMPAIGN FEATURING JENNIFER GARNER
Mirada Studios Creates Magical Holiday Stories for Lexus
and Team One
Mirada's VFX team brings the new E*TRADE campaign to life for Ogilvy and Director Stacy Wall in this latest spot featuring Kevin Spacey
Mirada Creates a Projection Mapping Film to Launch UCLA’s Centennial Campaign
The experience was a visual feast and was designed and framed to fit within Royce Hall’s towering facade. The journey told the story of UCLA's illustrious past and vision for the future. The film was narrated by actor John Lithgow and was scored by Atli Örvarsson. Watch Mirada's latest project here!
Mirada Takes Viewers on a Voyage
Inside Vizio's Picture Technology
Mirada Studios recently partnered with David & Goliath for VIZIO’s latest brand film “What Is Smart ?”. Inspired by the notion that technology can be beautiful and should simplify life, the spot artfully transports viewers through a subatomic universe of pixels within the television. Here at Mirada we are of a like mind - and on this project our Design, FX, Programming and Animation teams all came together to show that it is true - technology is beautiful.
Pacific Rim Before & Afters
Mirada was the creative and technical force behind the two-minute prologue of Guillermo del Toro's robots vs. monsters epic, Pacific Rim. Mirada was co-founded by del Toro along with award winning director Mathew Cullen, Executive Producer Javier Jimenez and Academy Award winning DP, Guillermo Navarro. del Toro worked closely with Mathew Cullen, President/Sr. VFX Supervisor John Fragomeni and the Mirada team to design, create, shoot, edit and execute more than 80 stunning visual effects shots for the prologue sequence.
Mirada Wins MTV Moonman
Mirada Studios was honored with a Moonman for “Best Visual Effects” at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards for its work on Capital Cities’ “Safe and Sound” music video. The music video, a vibrant celebratory mash-up of more than 40 wildly different dance styles, was seamlessly brought together by Mirada artists to tell an interesting and artistic story. Techniques include head replacements, complex animations, stock footage integration, transformations, and retro-inspired visual effects and color treatments ranging from black and white silent film influences to psychedelic visuals.