Archives for CGI

Dispatches – How safe are your Medicines?

Lots of #motiongraphics in this documentary where Dispatches reveals how thousands of stolen & therefore unsafe medicines were given to NHS patients being treated for illnesses like prostate cancer, schizophrenia and epilepsy. A full team effort involved in this one with the extra help from Brett Lewis. Produced by Joanna Burge for Ti-Media Productions.
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Big Ben – Countdown to New Year

This is Year 2 of our contract to help ITN Productions show the extent and the detailing of the Big Ben clean-up & repair. Again Paul Trainor directs the CGI and Brett Lewis provides the modelling expertise.
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Big Ben: Saving the World’s Most Famous Clock

Commissioned by ITN Productions to help the Director, Jenny Dames relate the complexity of the Big Ben (properly entitled The Elizabeth Tower) mechanics and the scale of the four-year refurbishment project which is undergoing a four year refit.
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When Television Goes Horribly Wrong

For this programme we built our own CGI television studio which formed the backing for celebrity interviews and off course we created the large hanging studio title which breaks away from it’s supports and crashes downwards providing some indication of what is to follow in this 3 hour extravaganza.
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Plebgate: Channel 4 News

An investigation into the allegations against Andrew Mitchell, the government ex-chief whip and his confrontation with police offers. We reconstructed an accurate 3D model of Downing street, placing each of the individuals in actual and proposed situations. The sequences aired on Channel 4 news as part of their breaking investigation on December 18th 2012.
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Nobel: Unlocking the Secrets of Our Cells

This half hour documentary recognises four scientists whose work has enabled huge leaps forward in our understanding of medical research: 2012 Chemistry Laureates Robert J. Lefkowitz and Brian K. Kobilka and 2012 Medicine Laureates Sir John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka. The Laureates talk about their background, their work, and the story behind their groundbreaking research. Leading scientists explain how this work has influenced them, and patients tell us how they have been helped by these medical developments.
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Science of Art

Matt Cain presents and Rob Coldstream produces Silver River’s new three–part series that will explore how science is using art to understand the human brain, and, in so doing, throwing up surprising theories about how art works. This controversial series will explore the world of art through the prism of ‘neuro-aesthetics’ for the first time. Working in tandem with the UK’s most prestigious art institutions… witnessing extraordinary cross-cultural stunts and experiments… and uncovering the secrets of many iconic works of art – from the Mona Lisa to Star Wars – this series will reveal how artists, musicians and storytellers have
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