From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


3VR Inc. was a game developing company launched in 1997 and located in San Jose, California. Their only work is The 3D Adventures of Sailor Moon in 1997 with licensing from DIC. The company later shut down in late 1998.

Logo (1997)

Visuals: On a black background, a spotlight is seen along with a black 3. A maroon wireframe globe bounces into view and reveals it in full as a spark runs through it and turns it gold, along with a ring around it. The spark then travels under the logo, revealing "3VR" in purple as the floor brightens up. Everything logo fades out as a white "Presents" rolls and unfurls below a lens flare traveling alongside it. It then bursts into a shower of rainbow-colored dust, coloring the text accordingly as a rainbow unfurls above the text. The text bends a bit as well.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A rising synth note plays throughout, with various sounds playing throughout it.

Availability: Seen only on The 3D Adventures of Sailor Moon, which is really hard to come by these days.

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