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
Follow a 3D stroke as it draws on shapes and objects. Nice work from Buck.tv.
This is the tale of Nomex & Kevlar.
Lovely abstract animation by toast.tv.
Beautiful colours and lightness of animation touches.
Dave Penn was invited to conceive and produce a title sequence for an Oxford Films feature documentary.
What could we learn if we discovered a parallel universe–a sister Earth? Would our twin universe exist in the same state as ours? What could we glean from it?
Some great animated data here from Tendril in this animation for Open Text about information!
Some nice visualization of data from Peprally
Some really nice transitions in this series of brand vignettes for BBC knowledge.
A visual essay exploring the future technology of synthetic biology.
By Vasil Hnatiuk
Film on the history and future of Audi’s light technology. Lots of motion graphics and trapcode plugins.
This video explains how Bitcoin works in 3 minutes. Animated by Duncan Elms
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
Some great 3D motion graphics from Feed Me Light
Creative Direction : Feed Me Light
Lead Creatives: Denis Bodart / Olivier Pirard
Supervisor: Olivier Pirard
Storyboarding: Denis Bodart
Previz: Ricardo David
3D Modeling, Animation, Lighting: Olivier Pirard
Mograph: Kris Cook
Compositing: Olivier Pirard
Sound/Music: Stelian Derenne
Microfibre technology told through CGI animation
Lovely mix of live action and superimposed CGI for Intel.
Split screen of graphics and imagery to convey the message.
Colourful and dynamic motion graphics by Donghyun Lee.
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.
An inspiring piece of animation for anyone interested in a career in astrophysics. The story behind France A. Cordova’s big break into a world normally populated by men. Produced by ‘Not to Scale and directed by Colin Hesterly.
Series of animated documents made for a web documentary that tells the story of 5 young Syrian refugees who risked it all for a chance to start over. Treated stills and documents manage to sustain the long sequences.
Analytical, diagrammatic video in a 3D space by Jonathan Kim. Blueprints, lines and tech overlays provide a hi-res feel for this square installation.
Ridley Scott’s promo for “Prophets of Science Fiction” has been brought to life by Prologue by tracking the graphics to the table top, transitioning to the CGI versions of his notes, in a techy intricate manner.
Rushes create intricate detailed UI graphics for Bond’s computer in Spectre.
Monstro redefine the heavily saturated tech video with an epic galactic painted feel. Data has never felt so orange.
MK12’s work on Particle Fever, a documentary about CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, the Higgs boson, and people much smarter than ourselves. It involves numerous graphics throughout the film of differing techniques.
What seems to be a fine piece for a hypothetical project by Yu Hyeji using low poly 3D forms. Greenpeace awareness film.
Gentleman Scholar recreate the gracefulness of a large humpback whale in the freedom of a forest to promote Whale and Dolphin conservation. A technical video of some before and afters of the realistic CGI process can also be found on their site.
A very square geometric take on an infographic with a evening summers light cast over the film. A different perspective on a common film theme by Uli Henrik Streckenbach, the german animator responsible for this fishing film.
Essentially, spy stuff. Lots of overlays and tracking footage and data gives it that high-tech espionage look. By Imaginary Forces
Simple idea of diagrams on paper done very well in true Imaginary Forces style, similar in fashion to their popular Rubicon title.
More excellent motion graphics from Antibody. Directed by Patrick Claire
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
Not sure you really need weather forecasting for the Arabian Gulf, but if you did this is the one.
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.
Nice combination of 2D and 3D to create a hi-tech styled commercial for a magazine app.
Infographic about environmentalism. Stylized CGI and clever transitional animation create a clear yet lovely backdrop for the information by Uli Henrik Streckenbach.
Advertising using tracking and compositing of motion graphics and text to recreate science, music, mathematics and space.
Graphics from the documentary, focusing on light and refraction.
Tracking data graphics over satellite imagery to get a sci-fi technological feel.
CGI animation documenting the creation of the earth in a scientific way, yet narratively based around religion.
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.
Static titles using close-ups of paper and documents with subtle animation to create a coded typographical sequence.
Old diagrams are animated in 2D and 3D to create a vintage looking title sequence with a graphic feel.
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.
Augmented reality is used to show and move around a 3-Dimensional map.
3D scan through the length of a Human Body, compiling photographs to create an animation.
Dark, creepy animation with an alien and biological feel, black and white.