Another exciting project was offered to us on the back of a trade stand design we produced last year.
Innovatum tasked us with bringing the trade stand to life with animated sequences depicting all their services.
A very simple storyboard was sent over with a few supporting photographs. We quickly decided to reproduce the fish tank cutaway look we’d used before for the 3D video sequences. This came with a whole set of issues we needed to come up with answers to.
Nigel set about coming up with the technical aspects of designing a 3D scene that would work within the boundaries of the look we were after.
Merging a clipping and object rigged scene with a lighting and texturing scene a working look came together. Innovatium’s ROV could now fly around a vurtual undulating sea bed with rocks and plants scattered about. Lighting effects were used to simulated merky water with particle systems generating bubbles from the ROV’s motors. Real world data was superimpose on to the 3D world to show how Innovatums technology works. Cutaway 3D scenes based on board a survey vessel we’re used to show actual screens from real surveys.
Artistic license was used to show the magnetizing of seabed cables in true Acme style cartoon way with a giant magetnet fixed to the back on a ship.
Local business The Cooking Guild were in the need for a promotional video shoot showcasing one of their range of designer but functional kitchen knives. Wanting to show the versatility of the knives in a professionals hands. Extending what the client was after we also added in the 3D modelling of the knife allowing for a detailed flypast of the product that we just couldn’t get with camera in the real world.
Intouch Systems, The Regions Premier IT Solutions Provider got us to produce content for their 2×2 42″ plasma video wall. Working from their tight brief we created a theme that will flow through all the promotional material for their cloud services. Continue reading
Cog Media win the contract to develop content for Sonys 12 screen video wall for this years IBC, International Broadcasting Convention 2010 in the Rai, Amsterdam. You’ll be able to see the finished product from the 10th to the 14th of September. Work closely with the guys from InDeep how setup the 12 screen video wall running 12 full HD video streams created with Sonys own Ziris. Sticking closely to a Sony brief well be using a combination of 2D and 3D graphics and HD footage supplied by Sony.
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Norfolk County Council had us racking up the miles videoing winners clips for the their Waste Awards 2009. Heading all over Norfolk we en-counted Schools, business, individuals, even the Royal Air Force.
Watchout Show for Fusion in the Forum Trust
Then it was on the the show content, we created a massive animated video wall for the meet and great area in the Forum Trust Fusion. 3D renders of the Awards and their nominees set the scene for the coming event.
PowerPoint for the Awards
Once we had all the clips edited together and approved by all involved it was time to build the PowerPoint presentation to stitch it all together. Using the theme from the Fusion welcome area all show used the 3D award elements to introduce each category with each of the nominees images and titles building up to allow for their recognition of their achievement of being a finalist. Then once Carol Bundock relieved with winner their name magically was etched on the award on the screen.
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