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Startup from India enters Virtual Reality content market with a 360 degree concert film

Meraki, a virtual reality content production startup made its debut with a concert film of musician Hardwell’s performance in Mumbai in December 2015 quickly followed by a short after film of the Sunburn Festival in Goa, India. Shot in immersive 360 degree format, the after film is now available for consumption on Virtual Reality headsets like Oculus Rift and Samsung’s Gear VR. The 360 degree after film is also Live on Meraki’s Facebook page ( and YouTube Channel.

About Meraki 

Meraki is a first of its kind Virtual Reality and Aerial content production company in India. The Hardwell concert was quickly followed by Meraki bagging couple of big ticket events – Sunburn Goa and Mood Indigo, IIT Bombay’s cultural festival. The after film of Sunburn Goa, Day 1 is now Live on the official Sunburn page.

Meraki was founded by Arvind Ghorwal, Parth Choksi and Agam Garg, IIT Bombay (India) graduates and Sairam Sagiraju, a filmmaker in November 2015.. The composition of the founding team best reflects the nature of the Virtual Reality content market which is a combination of technology and creativity.

The Virtual Reality Market

The Virtual Reality industry is set to touch $30 Billion by 2020. (source: With companies like Facebook, Samsung and Google having invested in Virtual Reality, the penetration of VR headsets in the market is happening faster than expected. While VR has caught the fancy of the gaming community, other forms of entertainment are fast catching up. Meraki aims to fill this gap by creating live action content in Virtual Reality.

Meraki creates Virtual Reality and Aerial experiences for Tourism, Advertising, Education, Events, News, Sports, Real Estate, Retail and Adventure.


Parth Choksi (+91-9769083580)

2 Comments on Startup from India enters Virtual Reality content market with a 360 degree concert film

  1. Check out The company provides true, immersive and patented Virtual Reality applications for the Real Estate industry in India. This also allows people to walkthrough spaces and is moving away from 360° stereoscopic images to true VR.


  2. John Addink // 6 May 2017 at 17 h 22 min // Reply

    I assume 3D is included. How do you charge? for example a 12 minute production?


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