The animation studio Omens Studios has revealed two virtual reality projects based on existing tv shows, featuring NFTs designed to give viewers with special advantages.
The projects are part of the company’s ‘Omens Multiverse’ initiative, which was released on the 12th of December and enables viewers to acquire NFTs that can be used to claim rewards and in-world items in the VR experiences.
Two existing IPs, Circle Line and Oasis, are being transformed into VR experiences, with their own NFT collections scheduled for release.
The Circle Line VR experience will be based on Taipan Film’s movie of the same name and will be usable in Q4 2023 through VR stores. NFT holders will be able to get items like movie tickets, access to content only available to members, discount codes for merchandise, and whitelist spots for priority NFT access in other Omens Multiverse projects.
Oasis, which is based on Omens Studios’ first animated short film with the same name, is also in the projects. This project included a new series of interactive VR stories where the viewer can play the role of a space miner. Its NFT collection will come out in Q2 2023, and the VR experience will come out in Q4 2023.
Furthermore, Omens Studios is making Roblox experiences for its preschool series Leo The Wildlife Ranger, which will be released in the second quarter of 2023.
Chi Sim Tang, CEO of Omens Studios, said: “All three projects we have in development felt like a natural fit for digital extensions with their themes of adventure and the ability to transport audiences to new places or even worlds.”