Category: Video Production
During April 2018, Copernicus and its services implemented by ECMWF were hosted at a high-level event at the European Parliament in Brussels. Design & Data worked with Copernicus ECMWF in the organisation of the event and to develop a number of media-related materials to communicate the impact and benefits for service users and European citizens.
Following the great success of the first INNOspace Weekend, we are pleased to show the highlights through a new video about the startup event and a summary report. The high-energy and dynamic event provided an international mix of participants with the tools they needed to initiate their own startup idea.
The first INNOspace Weekend was a great success. 65 participants attended from over 17 countries and a mix of backgrounds. For many, this cultural and interdisciplinary diversity contributed to the success of the event and to the development of many innovative and groundbreaking business ideas.
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.
After a successful mission, our “space-certified” Rosetta plush toy is now up for charity. Proceeds from an Indiegogo campaign will go to Universe Awareness (UNAWE) in support of their work in ‘inspiring every child with our wonderful cosmos’ and to continue Rosetta’s legacy.
Following a successful launch and safe return to Earth we have been analysing the large amount of footage from our #RosettaStrato mission. We are pleased to finally reveal a fun video, which includes the key moments of the launch of a Rosetta plush toy to the stratosphere and its subsequent recovery.
Have you ever wanted to find out how ESA’s missions are made space-worthy? In a new series of videos we produced for ESA, follow the “real CSI” for space as we take a close-up look at ESA’s Materials & Electrical Components Laboratory. See how these “space detectives” solve real scientific problems with materials to ensure issues do not occur on future space missions.