Mousetrappe, Inc.--a visual media solutions firm specializing in the creative use of digital video production, display, and distribution technologies--has announced its establishment by co-founders, Daren Ulmer and Ken Murphy.

Additionally, the company officially unveiled its website, The site provides full access to company information, case studies, demos, company and industry news, and features the solutions and services they offer.

Ulmer and Murphy developed the company to cater to producers of themed entertainment and Fortune 1,000 corporate projects. “Our mission is to exploit new creative techniques and production technologies to craft immersive, interactive visual media experiences that help clients bring new levels of originality, impact and effectiveness to their projects,” comments Murphy.

Ulmer and Murphy have worked in various creative capacities with corporate clients including Nissan, Infinity, Mazda, Kia, Epson, and Pentax. Their work in the themed entertainment industry includes almost 25 years combined experience with The Walt Disney Company as well as projects with Universal, Warner Bros., Sea World, and Busch theme parks. Mousetrappe’s founders are pioneers in synchronized, multi-source high-definition media solutions. They are masters of digital production workflow, utilizing the latest digital video and remote workflow technologies to deliver quality with efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Mousetrappe uses proprietary needs assessment tools to clarify and capture project outcomes. Creative and production teams are custom-assembled from a network of first-call Hollywood resources whose videography, motion graphics, 3D, compositioning, color correction, and finishing work is instantly recognizable in award-winning feature films, television series, advertising campaigns, music videos, and themed entertainment venues. “Since our launch we have already supported several major corporate communications and online programs for Epson America, Inc., and in the themed entertainment arena we are partnering on development and co-promotions projects with a leading supplier of digital show control systems,” says Ulmer.