Vortex Immersion Media (VIM) is the world’s leading designer specializing in live 360 immersive entertainment experiences including; concerts, stage shows and corporate events featuring surround audio and video, spectacular visual effects and real-time interactivity. Over the past 10 years VIM’s creative design, production and engineering team, under the direction of entertainment technology pioneer, producer and engineer Ed Lantz, has produced hundreds of events in fixed and mobile 360 immersion domes up to 60 meters (200 feet) in diameter accommodating up to 5000 people. 

Vortex produces immersive and interactive media experiences for themed entertainment, VR cinemas and numerous Fortune 500 companies including Condé Nast, EMC2, IBM, Live Nation, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Nestle, NFL, Nike, Nokia, Sprint and Turner Broadcast. The company has produced 360 concert dome venues as large as 60 meters in diameter with capacity of 3,000 people for artists including Scrillix, Diplo and DJ Snake (dot Party for Production Club) and Childish Gambino (Pharos for Live Nation).

Vortex also operates the Vortex Dome, the first commercial immersive media production studio and events venue located in downtown Los Angeles at Los Angeles Center Studios. The Vortex Dome hosts a wide range of arts and entertainment co-productions including live stage shows (Pasión, BollyDoll, Robot Prayers), fine arts performances (Blue Apple ballet), live concerts (Ceremony with James Hood) in addition to immersive arts educational activities (fulldome classes for CalArts, USC, University of Texas LA, LA Film School, and Art Center).