For ECMWF we produced an explainer animation video to highlight the upgraded forecast system (46r1), which improves on current modelling. The video was created to be used by ECMWF in presentations and for its community to convey exciting and inspiring science.
Commissioned by Euroconsult, we created a daily summary of each of the five days of the World Satellite Business Week. For the first time the event was captured and shared in near real-time across the event’s website and Euroconsult’s social media channels.
The second edition of the PhiWeek Bootcamp has just come to an end. Hosted by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Pi School in the course of the PhiWeek (6-10 September 2019), the goal of the event was to explore the scope of Earth Observation data by non-space industries by example through an industry or company relevant challenge, set by the official challenge partner.
Do you think you have what it takes to solve a big industry challenge using earth observation data? Apply now to join an intensive 5-day action-packed design sprint to prototype a solution, test it on real users and present to a jury.
For ECMWF we have produced an “explanimation” video. Its aim was to briefly inform a general audience about the discovery, the origin and the historic international collaboration of the UN to deal with the Ozone hole. It was published on ECMWF’s social media together with the annual animation they publish on the annual reappearance of the Ozone hole.
Through our creative spirit, Design & Data is always keen to take on new challenges to become thought leaders for the space and science industry. We have prepared a showreel, which highlights some of our more interesting work over the last two years – from documentary series to event organisation, 3D animations and immersive video.
For ECMWF we have produced an explainer animation video about CO2 emissions. It was created to be used by ECMWF in presentations to stakeholders, in this case policymakers, in order to explain the relevance and need for the new proposed Copernicus capability to monitor CO2 emissions.
Based on our work on the ESA cartoon series “The Adventures of Rosetta & Philae”, we are happy to announce the first full feature full-dome movie that we have produced can now be watched in planetaria around the world.