Aesthetica Technologies is a multi award winning clinic that offers the largest selection of cutting edge treatments in the UK. The highly advanced medical procedures and devices were promoted on the clinic’s website, as well as on several social media outlets and platforms.
Since 2015, working with Aesthetica clinics involved 3D design of marketing materials; including 3D animated videos for medical devices and products, medical operation demonstration, and rendered images for marketing and service promotion.
Several software and design methods are utilized in Aesthetica projects. Work covers a wide range of methods that employs different software at each stage; taking advantage of each software respective and unique features. 3D modelling, rendering, animating and video production pipeline is a complete process that was developed and improved over the years to deliver the excellent quality for one of the most advanced medical groups and clinics in the UK.
The project is an animation created to describe NASA’s REALM Project to the general public. REALM (RFID-Enabled Autonomous Logistics Management) aims to improve logistics management in space by enabling R.F.I.D. Technology on many levels.
The animation is an entry submitted for a contest held by NASA’s tournament lab through Freelancer online platform and based on a provided storyboard and a set of 3D models. The entry was a finalist, although wasn’t announced winner.
The primary objective is to learn how to automate logistics management for future space exploration missions. While early stages of the REALM experiments are focused on solutions to automate activities such as inventories and item searches, future experiments that allow robotic interaction with logistics, such as unpacking or setup in advance of human arrival, are anticipated.
Source: NASA Official Website
AWL is a leading company in the field of automotive and machine industries in the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, China, Mexico, and the United States. This project has started early in 2017. Work involved creating a demo for current and modern solutions and innovations presented by the company.
Later in 2018, the project continued to create an introductory video for the company’s latest innovation ‘Lyla’, which is a central control system that optimizes efficiency and performance quality.
Several software were used to achieve the different parts of the project. Adobe AfterEffects was primarily used for video production. Element3D was also used to handle complicated 3D operations. basic 3D modelling and animating was done in both 3DsMax and Cinema4D; taking advantage of each software features and strengths.
With their first premium pickup for adventure lovers, Mercedes-Benz has entered a new era and closed one of the last gaps in their portfolio. It doesn’t matter whether the destination is urban high streets or muddy off-road tracks, the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class fits smoothly into virtually any backdrop.
To celebrate the launch of the new X-Class, Mercedes-Benz invites artists from around the world to create visual artwork that captures the X-Class car on its adventures and reflects the campaign claim “First of a new kind”.
The animations were presented for the design competition in February’18 based on 3D models provided by the company, along with instructions and guidelines.
Project Page: Mercedes X-Class
Nike inviteed motion designers and animators from around the world to create moving assets that capture an endless run, powered by Nike Epic React, by submitting IG Story creative that brings to life “More Fun To Go Far” in a fun and disruptive way.
Nike Epic React’s new foam technology feels so outrageous, it’s contagious. With Nike Epic React, it’s more fun to go far…so much fun, that with React’s lightweight energy return, there’s not much that can convince you to stop!
The animations were presented for the design competition in July’18 based on 3D models provided by the company, along with instructions and guidelines.
Project Page: Nike Epic React