In our latest film for Oxford Space Systems we produced a short animated introduction.
The purpose was threefold:
1. Gain audience attention during the crucial opening seconds of the video with vibrant motion graphics.
2. Establish the demand from a commercial perspective with authoritative, scripted narration.
3. Use symbolic imagery to create a stylistic distinction between the general market situation and what is offered by OSS.
The introduction sets up what follows - a summary of current satellite antennas before going on to outline the new technology developed by OSS.
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We are back at work and celebrating the new year with an quick animated greeting.
Here's to a great 2017!
It's not looking much like Christmas out there so we created this Narnia inspired pop-up style Christmas greeting to get you in the festive spirit. Have fun, stay safe and see you in 2017!
Narnia is in Oxford by the way.
Recently we filmed the prestigious Oxfordshire Business Growth event at The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. This was part of a promotional video commissioned by the event organisers, Digital Remit.
Today we were filming robots performing manoeuvres on a circuit as part of a forthcoming project for a new technology client.
This week we were back at Oxford Space Systems filming for their next generation of exciting deployable space structures. We can't say much about their technology at this stage as it is in development but the shoot itself was very interesting.
This month we were asked by Airbox to demonstrate to potential buyers how their GPS Navigation software can track and command forces in pursuit of a target vehicle.