DATE: 04/2015 | WORK DONE FOR: CampMeiaStudio | ROLE: Design, 3D Lead Animation, 3D Lighting/Shading, 3D Particles, Compositing.
Creative Director: Pablo Agromayor
Executive Producer: Lorena Figue, Pablo Agromayor.
Design: Damian Stricker, José Cambariere, Nicolás Houghton
3D Lead: Damian Stricker
3D: Nicolás Houghton, José Cambariere, Pablo Agromayor
2D Animation: Nicolás Houghton
Composition: Damian Stricker, José Cambariere.
Pitch: Nicolás Houghton, Carlos Wyszogrod, Paula Vidal.
Original Music: Daniel Perez
Premise behind the video is to show the story behind an attack from the hacker groups based in China, aka "Deep Panda". The story shows how their tactics changed based off world events as they try to get intelligence from military, financial, environmental, technology, and manufacturing targets.
The booth in which this was played was designed with two sets of 3 vertical monitors. Video was designed to fit that format and adjust for the 72 pixel breaks between monitors, so you will notice some things get cut off but in the booth they looked normal. Our story was driven by questions and sections listed in the central panel and the side panels showed content to support those ideas. Final aspect ratio was 3387x1920.
One of the most fun projects I have gotten to work on which presented a whole new level of challenges and calls for extreme detail.
The next world war will not be invisible. | fullscreen please |
After the success of STUXNET, a virus written by the United States to destroy Iranian uranium enrichment facilities, the U.S. government could no longer deny it was developing cyber weapons meant to do physical damage. With US companies and agencies under constant attack from state-sponsored Chinese hackers, it is only a matter of time before tensions boil over and more sensitive infrastructure is targeted. As more of our devices (cars, homes, etc) become connected, we will become more and more vulnerable to the physical threat of cyber warfare.
For this year’s US Open hosted in New York City, we worked again with IBM and Ogilvy & Mather to visualize some live data from the tournament. This time, it was all about the Big Apple. We made an assortment of animations featuring tennis balls, hot dogs, and competitive peregrine falcons… all to connect the dots with data comparison from the US Open. Who knew Arthur Ashe stadium could fit as many fans as there are trees in Central Park?
Directed by: BUCK
Executive Creative Director: Orion Tait
Executive Producer: Anne Skopas
Producer: Kevin Hall
Production Coordinator: Stefania Consarino
Associate Creative Director: Daniel Oeffinger, Yker Moreno
Art Director: Kyle Strope, Nicolo Bianchino
Technical Director: Jose Fuentes
Design: Ben Hill, Ben Langsfeld, Chris Phillips, Daniel Oeffinger, Daniel Uribe, Gareth O'Brien, Gonzalo Menevichian, Justin Fines, Kyle Strope, Nicolo Bianchino, Stephen Kelleher, Yeojin Shin, Yker Moreno
Animation 2D/After Effects - Andreas Bjoern Hansen, Aaron Kemnitzer, Ben Hill, Cyprian Sadlon, Daniel Oeffinger, Daniel Uribe, Gonzalo Menevichian, Jose Fuentes, Kyle Strope, Nicolo Bianchino, Rocio Cogno, Wesley Ebelhar, Yeojin Shin