Category: 2D Animation
As 2019 draws to a close and the festivities begin, our offices will close from 23rd December 2019 until 6th January 2020. We take this opportunity to wish our network of customers, suppliers and partners, a very happy and smooth entry into the new year 2020. We use this time also to reflect on our activities over the past year, demonstrating the wide range of services we offer across the many projects we have worked on.
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.
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.
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.
For the first time, in a production for ESA, we are sharing a video under a Creative Commons licence. In particular we are releasing it under the so-called “NoDerivatives” version of the licence, ported for use by intergovernmental organisations (IGOs) including ESA, referred to in short as CC BY-ND 3.0 IGO.