Animated videos are a popular choice of content and are powerful communication tools to have in a content marketing plan. They can help illustrate your brand or project in a fresh and innovative way, helping to build trust with your target audience. They are typically more memorable than corporate style videos and can both entertain and inform. Animations evoke emotions that resonate with your viewers. They can engage people in conversation and make your audience want to follow the story or project.
360-degree videos have been hailed as the next big thing in video marketing. Smart gadgets and VR headsets are making such videos more accessible. Here, we look at how your brand could benefit from this new technology.
In a new video animation for SpaceTec Partners we demonstrate their Horizon 2020 EU research and development project called ‘ONION’. Aimed at stakeholders of the project the produced visuals give an objective overview of the consortium’s proposed concept – to optimise the use of Copernicus through an innovative use of networked satellite systems. The proposed outcomes of the solution are described in simple terminology.
In a new video for the European Defence Agency (EDA), Design & Data created a series of 2D and 3D visuals with a series of overlays and video cuts to illustrate the need for governmental satellite communications (GovSatcom). The video includes the latest in visual illustration techniques in a fast-paced, dynamic representation.
That space is romantically called an ocean of stars, is not by chance. In the 16th century, seafarers and explorers used the fixed stars in the sky for navigation and orientation. Modern satellite technology also uses the starlit sky to find out the exact position. But who manufactures the corresponding technology? A market leader in this discipline is the Thuringian company Jena-Optronik GmbH. Their star sensors function as the eyes of the satellites. Design & Data produced a film which leads through the fascinating world of the star sensor and visualises the concept.