Leading lights from the fastest growing area of the economy say it relies on freedom of movement and, without access to overseas talent, it will wither
At least 40 screens line the white-brick and plate-glass walls of Jellyfish Pictures’ industrial-style office near London’s Oval, but the space is strangely silent: the powerful computers they are hooked up to are all somewhere else.
“Lots of companies in computer graphics, visual effects, animation, you’d hear the hum of the machines,” says Phil Dobree, Jellyfish’s CEO. “This is virtual. It means we can take it almost anywhere.” And they might.