We are a full service VR studio.
We specialize in interactive and 6DoF content and tools.

About Us

Pseudoscience Pictures is an immersive film production company based in Los Angeles, California. Using an innovative and proprietary process, Pseudoscience allows filmmakers to create fully immersive VR experiences through multiple viewpoints and dimensionality.

Formed by independent filmmakers Josh Gladstone and Daniel Kaminsky - Pseudoscience Pictures was born out of a passion for emerging VR technologies and a frustration with the lack of engaging cinema in the burgeoning medium. With a homebrew ethic, the two developed their own VR production methodology and unique editing system by modifying available technologies and incorporating techniques from film theory.

Pseudoscience is continuing to develop its technologies and approaches and hopes to inspire and educate other filmmakers about the possibilities of interactive storytelling.


6-Degree-of-Freedom (6DoF) or "Volumetric Video", is an emerging technology for capturing actual 3D spaces in photos and video. Pseudoscience 6DoF Viewer is the only app that allows you to load your own equirectangular 360° photos and videos with depth maps, and recreate them in VR.

With Pseudoscience 6DoF Viewer, you can move around inside  your media, or adjust the lighting, scale, position, and much more.

Available in the following stores:

  for Oculus Rift

  for Windows Mixed Reality

  for HTC Vive

  for Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Go

No VR? No problem! We have desktop builds for Windows and Mac OS X


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Experience the world's first VR music video that reacts to you! "VR" is a new song by Los Angeles comedy trio and UCB regulars The Cooties. Control the content with interactivity that always keeps things new. The more you look around, the more there is to see!

Made in partnership with Jash and Google Jump.

Available in the following stores:

   in Stereo 360

   in 6DoF


The short horror film, The Presence, was the first production from Pseudoscience Pictures. The story follows four characters through a séance gone wrong. It is a proof-of-concept film illustrating two new approaches to VR storytelling: active and reactive viewing.

In the active version the user is able to move around freely through multiple viewpoints - discovering different threads of a larger plot in a method inspired by live, immersive theatre. The other version, reactive, waits for the viewer's gaze to discover the next shot organically - allowing the filmmaker to tell a story through an audience's natural curiosity.

Available in the following stores:

   for Samsung Gear VR

   for Android Devices

   for iOS Devices

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