Breaking the Silence: The Hypercube's Digital Odyssey in TV Show Production

Breaking the Silence

The Hypercube's Digital Odyssey in TV Show Production

What we have been up to in the last 5 months.

It's been an intriguing five months of anticipation, creativity, and a touch of secrecy here at The Hypercube - Digital Factory Limited. We're breaking the radio silence to share the exciting journey we've been on, contributing our digital wizardry to a Big-budget TV show for ITV that, for now, must remain nameless.

You may have wondered why the hushed tones and why the pause in our regular updates. The reason is simple - we've been fully immersed in a project that demanded our utmost attention and creativity. The time has come to lift the veil and offer you a glimpse into the digital wonderland we've been crafting.

Our role in this covert operation? Picture this: every digital graphic you see throughout the show, all the apps buzzing on the characters' phones – that's our handiwork. The Hypercube team has worked diligently to ensure that the digital aspects of the show are nothing short of spectacular.

From crafting bespoke apps on the characters' phones to weaving digital subtleties into the fabric of the storyline, we've left no pixel unturned. While we can't disclose the show's name just yet, we can promise that when it airs in 2024, the digital elements will be seamlessly integrated into the narrative, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Now, a clarification is in order. We're proud to say that our fingerprints are all over the rest of the show's digital landscape. Our journey involved a deep dive into the characters' digital lives, ensuring that every detail on their screens felt authentic and captivating.

But here's the exciting part: immediately after wrapping up our TV show venture, we leaped headfirst into another project. This new endeavor is nothing short of a digital marvel - a complex, fast-paced project with an extremely tight deadline set for December 2023. Brace yourselves for 4K videos, interactivity, and a level of innovation that's become synonymous with The Hypercube.

Are you ready?

As the digital gears continue to turn at an exhilarating pace, stay tuned for more updates and behind-the-scenes glimpses. The Hypercube is not just back; we're already diving into our next digital adventure.


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Apple's XR Headset

Apple's XR Headset:Shaping the Future Beyond Steve Jobs

Shaping the Future Beyond Steve Jobs

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Apple’s Headquarters in Cupertino (CA), viewed from the AppStore’s balcony. Trees are protecting their secrets!

WWDC23 Rumors

The tech world is buzzing with anticipation as the tech giant gears up to unveil its highly awaited XR Headset at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This revolutionary product holds great significance as it marks the company's first major release since the departure of its visionary co-founder, Steve Jobs. While the XR Headset's imminent arrival generates excitement, it also evokes a sense of uncertainty due to the mixed information and Rumors swirling around. Nevertheless, Apple has consistently set the benchmark for the industry, and this new product is expected to be no exception.

Back in 2019, we had the privilege of visiting "The spaceship" and gaining insights into their projects. While we are unable to disclose the specifics of our discussions or what we witnessed, it is evident that the XR Headset has been a long-term endeavor for the company. Apple has an illustrious history of trailblazing innovations that reshape industries, whether one is a fan or critic. The Macintosh transformed graphic design and print, the iPod revolutionized the music industry, the Macintosh computer redefined personal computing, and the iPhone forever changed the landscape of mobile phones. Now, Apple is poised to redefine the AR/VR/XR industry with its forthcoming XR Headset.

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3D Model of the entire Apple Park on display inside the Apple Park’s own AppStore.
The whole structure is also visible through the use of Augmented Reality (ARKit).

The same technology we use for all our AR Products.

Little is known

Little is known about the exact features of the XR Headset, heightening anticipation for its official debut. What we can expect is a truly immersive and captivating experience that seamlessly merges the physical and virtual worlds. Apple's unwavering commitment to user experience and design aesthetics suggests that the XR Headset will deliver a visually stunning and user-friendly AR/VR experience.

One topic of speculation revolves around the pricing of the XR Headset. Apple has gained a reputation for producing premium products, leading many to anticipate a higher price point. However, it is important to recognize that Apple often finds a place in both corporate and consumer markets. While the initial focus may lean towards corporate applications, such as design, engineering, and training, it is not uncommon for Apple to introduce consumer-friendly iterations of their products in due course.

As the official unveiling of Apple's XR Headset draws closer, a mix of excitement and apprehension fills the air. Leaks and rumors can generate unrealistic expectations, but Apple has consistently delivered products that captivate and delight users. The WWDC keynote presentation will undoubtedly be a pivotal moment in the tech industry, showcasing Apple's latest creation and its potential to reshape our interaction with technology and the world around us. The XR Headset has the power to blur the boundaries between reality and virtuality, leaving an indelible mark on the AR/VR/XR industry and cementing Apple's position as a frontrunner once again.

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Our CEO in front of the Apple Park “Totem” in Cupertino(CA) waiting to enter the premises.

Alessandro is a long time Apple user and deeply passionate, he bought his first Mac around 1992 (31 years ago!) and never used any other product.

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About to enter Apple Headquarters, sadly no pictures are allowed to be taken inside the premises.

Are you ready?

Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary journey with Apple's XR Headset? Get ready to witness the future unfold before your eyes.