“History of Viacom” is a superb case study for creating effective mixed reality experiences.
As users explore an interactive timeline of Viacom’s history, they uncover physical vignettes portraying characters and intellectual property that have helped Viacom become a dominant force in media and entertainment.
Our in-depth interview with key players behind the project exposes the ingenuity it takes to pull off a project this ambitious.
For well over a decade, Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing, the couple behind the Portland, Oregon-based studio, have been making music and visuals in equal measure. Their latest in-house effort is a series of four promos for their recently released EP, “Invisible Snake.”
In the motion design industry, competition is fierce, the landscape is vast and carving out a strategy for success can be an intimidating challenge.
We asked Joel Pilger, founder of Impossible Pictures (which he sold in 2014 after a 20-year run) and now a consultant with RevThink, for his take on the industry. His thought-provoking insights will be valuable to anyone running their own shop — or hoping to someday.
In this month’s guest post, the talented and versatile Eve Weinberg discusses her love for motion design as well as her shifting perspective on the industry and the type of work she wants to make as she embarks on a new chapter in her career.
“Don’t Blink” is a breathless, high-stepping dance between word and image set to a percussion-heavy soundtrack befitting a trailer for a summer blockbuster. Here are some of the techniques that contribute to the project’s emotional impact.