CureGRIN family tells their story of their daughter Kendall whose has a variant in her GRIN2D genes.
Made in collaboration with Vox Media and Novartis to explain new advances in cell and gene therapies that offer the potential to transform medicine.
Nice work on this passion project from AlterEgo, who felt pressed into making this by the lack of leadership in their country.
From the showreel it looks pretty much like the gold standard in medical animation.
-Director’s cut version of the opening sequence Operation Infektion: a series uncovering the unknown history of disinformation. You’ll never watch the news the same way. nytimes.com/2018/11/12/opinion/russia-meddling-disinformation-fake-news-elections.html
Cool blue treatment of testimony from an paramedic in Doddridge County, West Virginia.
Nice use of 3D stroke amongst other techniques to communicate this message.
Lovely abstract animation by toast.tv.
Beautiful colours and lightness of animation touches.
Having a dementia-friendly Christmas This year, our Alzheimer’s Society Christmas message comes in the form of an animated poem, written by members of Ashford’s Dementia Support Group, who are all living with dementia.
A visual essay exploring the future technology of synthetic biology.
By Vasil Hnatiuk
Opening sequence for a CNN mini-documentary about biometrics created by Ignacio Osorio
Our digital world is being shaped by our physical bodies. Biometrics are fast becoming the new way to identify ourselves and the industry is booming.
Some great motion graphics from a documentary on the discovery of the scale of the Russian doping program.
Director: Bryan Fogel, Animations: Office of Development & Design
Lively animation from Laundry, using black and white photographic collage elements, with overlaid colours and annotations.
Film for Soa Aids Nederland. Part of the campaign to raise awareness about sexually transmitted infections and HIV among people living in the Netherlands from sub-Saharan Africa, Suriname, the Dutch Antilles and Aruba.
Rushes create intricate detailed UI graphics for Bond’s computer in Spectre.
A cut paper style often seen in still graphics, but rarely animated this way. Technically well made by CHRLX, with a bigger budget than you might imagine. The action is fast and engaging and the duration is to the point.
Film about the medical condition of Cystic Fibrosis. Using just yellow, black and white in a a hand-drawn way the film transitions throughout different scenarios people and text to describe how the condition affects it’s sufferers.
Flat coloured 2D animation but cleverly animated to give a 3D feel. A warm colour scheme and soft shapes give it a welcoming feel.
An interesting mix of styles combining the foundations of a studio shoot with lots of overlaid graphics informing the viewer about the collections and work of this Dutch centre for biodiversity studies. Agency – PlusOne
Nice mix of 2D animation with 3D to give a flawless subtle look. Simple and subdued it warns of the health issues with certain fizzy drinks.
End titles for the film. Referencing early 1960’s title sequences as inspiration, simple shapes are used to graphically represent scientific data including DNA sequencing, mitosis, meiosis, and gene technology.
Infographic about the risk of AIDS/HIV in the third world. The film uses typography and simple graphics to tell the story.
Titles incoporating archive stills by placing them against a plane of breaking glass. Not for the very squeamish…
Live action is tracked in certain points, and medical 3D animation is overlayed to look like X-Rays.
Commericial using trapcodes (I think) to create medical style 3D animations for Momentum Health.
A nicely designed graphic presentation using a mixture of flat shaded 3D and 2D animation.
Medical CGI sequences explaining the effects on drugs within the body.
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Technological looking advert mixing live action with footage by Motion Theory.
3D scan through the length of a Human Body, compiling photographs to create an animation.