About Brightside Studios
Immersive Media Artists Bright Side Studios design illusionary experiences that bring stories of all sorts to vibrant life. They deliver their art using technologies such as motion capture, projection-mapping, augmented reality and VR.
Playing with the senses, they dynamically engage with audiences across both the cultural and commercial world. The studio was founded in 2015 by digital artists Susanna Murphy and Cristina Spiteri. Their work includes: Elemental, a magical multi-sensory journey of discovery for Edinburgh International Science Festival. Strange Tales《聊斋》, illusionary projections for an immersive theatre production from Grid Iron & Traverse Theatre. Message from the Skies, an immersive city wide experience, using landmarks around the capital as a canvas for storytelling, for Underbelly, Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2019 & 2020. Invisible Landscapes of Music, a film and augmented reality experience, commissioned by Alt-W for Aberdeen Music Hall. Visions of Remembrance, a historical, audio visual, storytelling experience for Aberdeen Art Gallery. Abstraction, a collaboration with award-winning, contemporary dance choreographer, the late Janis Claxton, using motion capture techniques to translate dance into emotional VR and immersive audience experiences, supported by Creative Scotland, featured on BBC Taster, and exhibited at Custom Lane. Bud; animated/interactive storytelling, for the traveling educational museum, sharing stories of reflection and hope, for PoppyScotland.