We are currently producing a 10-part web video series for ESA. In each episode of this series, we ask one knowledge question on the topic of outer space. In the two-minute films of the series we ask one question each. Then, we show different people stating their opinion. Afterwards, we answer the question correctly and explain it. It’s fun watching the people answering, because you are sure you wouldn’t know the answer either in front of a camera.
Europe is preparing a new robot mission which will land on the moon in 2018. For this mission, German engineers of Kayser-Threde GmbH are developing a robot which is able to take moon samples: the MPE. Not only for marketing purposes, elaborate 3D renderings of the little vehicle are necessary. Primarily, it’s about using images close to reality, which specialists like to see because they’re error-free. These images are provided by Design & Data.
On the 3rd and 4th September 2011 the German Web-Video Community got together for the 1st Videocamp to be organised in Berlin. The event was organised like a Barcamp, where the programme of the event is proposed by the participants and put together on the actual event date. Design & Data was present to join in on the conversation.