Operation Neptune Spear was born from the ashes of the terrorist attacks that took place on the 11th September 2001. The death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of US Navy SEAL’s a decade later has elicited many different responses and feelings. News of his death was greeted as a triumph, a cause for jubilant celebration, while for others it was a moment for reflection and quiet remembrance. For many of the survivors and relatives and friends of the victims it was an important moment along the path towards healing. Many of the Navy SEAL’s on that mission were directly motivated by the events of 911. It started them on a journey that would eventually lead to the closing of a chapter on one of the most significant events in modern history.


Using the most advanced virtual reality image technology this dramatic event will be explored through the eyes of those who were there, and through the thoughts and reflections of people that it directly impacted, to create a historical document for future generations.


E.K.I.A Osama Bin Laden is not a game.

We are not historians, we are documentarians. We strive at perfecting the art of recording "real life" into digital immersive 3D.

Our mission is to faithfully reproduce an exact document of the moment-to-moment actions of the US Navy SEAL team 6 in Operation Neptune Spear.  

Our goal is to utilize new technologies that bring the viewer into the world as told through the eyes of the people who were there. 




(above) Remington Scott and John MacInnes at the 911 Memorial Museum, NYC. 2015

(above) Remington Scott and John MacInnes at the 911 Memorial Museum, NYC. 2015