The Future Group is an international award-winning software company dedicated to developing the next generation of visual storytelling tools and experiences.
The Future Group is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with regional offices in Croatia, Spain, UK, and the USA.
History of The Future Group
Established in 2013, The Future Group got started by breaking new ground reimagining what broadcast content could be in the future. In 2017, The Future Group premiered the world’s first Interactive Mixed Reality game show, Lost In Time, on Discovery Networks’ TV Norway.
For Lost In Time, The Future Group invented a unique studio graphics software, mobile front, and backend technology and established a world-class service department for mixed reality production.
Pixotope®, built on the knowledge developed for Lost In Time, was released in February 2019.
Pixotope® is the world’s leading Mixed Reality solution for live media production. Leveraging the full power of the Unreal (UE4) render engine, Pixotope® empowers content creators and broadcasters to produce best in class Mixed Reality content for television, online streaming, and film.
Mixed Reality for media production enables content owners, creators, and distributors to tell stories in new and exciting ways, catching the attention of an increasingly fragmented audience.
TFG’s Customer services department is trusted by global industry leaders and has been instrumental in supporting some of the world’s most ambitious AR/MR/VR productions to date such as Superbowl, League of Legends Championship broadcasts, Euro-vision, and The Weather Channels mixed reality experiences.
The Future Group majority shareholder, Eltek Holding, is a private investment company, based in Oslo, Norway.
The power supply company Eltek was established in 1973 by Alain Angelil, and Eltek ASA was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 1998. This is also when Eltek Holding was established, as the holding company for Eltek ASA, controlled by the Angelil family.
Starting in the early 1990s, Eltek Holding has acquired several businesses within telecom, surveillance, software, retail, and property development in Norway and abroad, and today its portfolio of companies includes; Dynea, Enetek, Ping-communication, Home Control, Pixii, Jensen, The Future Group and CBK.