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House of Moves Announces Management-Led Buyout

Motion capture and animation studio closes management-led buyout deal from parent company Vicon and OMG.


Los Angeles, CA -- House of Moves, the motion capture and animation studio known for its ability to deliver unrivaled quality, announced the closing of a management-led buyout from parent company OMG plc (LSE: OMG), effective Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014. House of Moves CEO Brian Rausch continues his leadership role of the 20-year-old company as part of the buyout. Fully backed, this buyout affords House of Moves unlimited creative freedoms and the ability to focus on redefining how motion capture and animation services are delivered to the entertainment, gaming and commercial trade industries.

“House of Moves is now positioned to fully invest our resources back into our company and our creative pursuits,” said Brian Rausch, CEO of House of Moves. “What our clients can expect now is a better, faster delivery of our services, leveraging the best available technologies and creative minds.”

Over the past two decades, House of Moves has been the trusted partner in delivering motion capture and animation services for brands and franchises that include: Titanic, Call of Duty, TRON Legacy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Deadspace, God of War, HALO, Injustice and more.  

Rausch continued, “We appreciate that OMG and Vicon have recognized their strengths and allowed us to capitalize on ours. With this being a mutually beneficial decision, we look forward to a continued relationship with Vicon as a provider of hardware and software systems.”

Source: House of Moves

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.