Visual content company disguise has made two acquisitions, which it says will help it move towards remote collaboration and cloud-based 3D content previsualisation, made available through the disguise platform.
The company has acquired both Mapping Matter and Previz, with plans to integrate both platforms into its own solution.
According to disguise this integration will enable users across all three platforms to develop and manage their projects in one unified and comprehensive workflow. Users will be able to import, preview and make creative decisions on the final output together, while easily sharing their work with clients and peers around the world, added disguise.
With the addition of the Mapping Matter and Previz platforms, disguise says it intends to continue to develop its solution to provide access to comprehensive workflows with content engines such as Unreal Engine, which will enable design, sequencing, calibrations and validation, with a pipeline of new functionalities set to be released.
“We are incredibly excited for this new chapter in our mission to democratise production workflows with the addition of Cloud-based collaboration to the disguise platform,” said disguise CEO, Fernando Kufer. “We have been working closely with the teams at Mapping Matter and Previz over the years and our shared vision for remote collaboration has enabled us to join forces to deliver a more comprehensive and streamlined solution for all our users to create their best story. We are thrilled to welcome customers of both Mapping Matter and Previz to disguise and look forward to a bright future together.”