If you can dream it, OPIATS can build it!



We make experiences that are so real, and immersive - they’re addictive!

Why chain yourself to an agency when you can get hooked on OPIATS?



What are VR and AR?           

Virtual Reality (VR) means experiencing things through our computers that don't really exist. Augmented Reality (AR) layers digital information, characters, and animations on top of live camera feeds on our phones and headsets to create digital experiences in a physical space.

Both VR and AR technologies will make up the next wave of digital interaction, with the world’s biggest tech giants that include Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook among others chasing after it, creating tools to craft meaningful and catchy experiences. The industry is already worth billions of dollars, and when used properly can receive a great deal of press and user focus - both staples in today's digital and mobile world.

Please watch these short videos demonstrating the uses of VR/AR tools and technologies across different fields!


Our Work          

Check out our reel!



Have a look at our demo reel, showing off some of our latest VR and AR projects for a number of industries.

We’ve been busy tackling projects dealing with:

  • Police Training
  • PTSD Treatment For Soldiers
  • ADHD Treatment For Children
  • Corporate Sales Training
  • Machine Learning Agents
  • Computer Vision Systems
  • Real Estate Architectural Visualizations and Interactive Sales
  • Gaming
  • Automotive Sales
  • Public Marketing Activations
  • 360 3D Films
  • Virtual Set Design
  • And More!


Featured Work          

Hawkins Upside Down


Is a concept VR project inspired by Stranger Things.

The basic premise is that Will Byers has once again unknowingly slipped into the Upside Down, and it is up to the newfound "13" to use her special abilities to save him and bring him home to the town of Hawkins.

This concept piece allows the player to embody Will Byers and slip into the Upside Down when he's left at home alone.

The project has been built in Unreal Engine 4 for room-scale VR with the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift in mind.