1. Infographic Movie Trailer


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    An Infographic Movie is a computergenerated informational or explanatory movie that transforms your information into a audiovisual experiance. Concept & Animation by Hitch Design

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    • Tank


      from Michel Magens / Added

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      Here you can see some impressions of the presentation to my thesis "Tank" (german: Reservoir). The practical aim of this work is to design an interface that mediates the complex interactions between ocean and climate. The design is based on various natural phenomena of the deep sea. The thesis "Tank" is an interactive table projection which was conceived on the basis of multi-touch technology. Developed during my studies at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Kiel) ROLE: Information-/Interaction Design, 2D Motion Graphics CREDITS: SUPERVISION: Prof. Tom Duscher SOUND: Sven Lütgen CHECKOUT: www.michelmagens.de www.d-load.de www.kyjoi.de

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        Examen para Diseño de Información, un ramo de la Escuela de Diseño de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Con la creación de este video tratamos de ordenar de manera más asimilable la información relacionada con la pastilla Anticonceptiva. El video fue pensado para ser reproducido en consultorios de ginecología y medicina adolescente general.

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        • Infographic Movie Coming soon


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          • Japan Fukushima InfoDesign


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            Ein kurzer Informationsfilm über das Erdbeben/Tsunami in Japan. Information Design an der DFI Hamburg bei Yan An.

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            • Rare Book Feast #1: Herbert Bayer's Book of Maps


              from Nate Burgos / Added

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              Welcome to the first feature of Rare Book Feast, a series dedicated to the the timeless character of books and affiliated with Design Feast (http://www.designfeast.com), a long-term project dedicated to creative culture. This series is about the timeless character of books. Their message and what they look like are what is celebrated here. As our culture becomes digital in a lot of ways, it is all the more important (not to mention inviting) to revisit and learn from the early design challenges, creative solutions and general lessons that the print world keeps relevant. Kicking off this series is the "World Geo-Graphic Atlas" (1953) designed by Herbert Bayer with Martin Rosenzweig, Henry Gardiner and Masato Nakagawa: 2,200 diagrams, graphs, charts, symbols spanning 368 pages about our planet earth. All done before computers. Video concept, script, narration by Nate Burgos of http://www.designfeast.com. Video creation, direction, production by Joe Giovenco of http://brneyes.com. Big thanks to Tina Roth Eisenberg of swissmiss, Maria Popova of Brain Pickings and The Atlantic, Jim Coudal of Coudal Partners, Daniel Benning of ONEEIGHTNINE, and Dan Wagstaff of The Casual Optimist for featuring this first installment of Rare Book Feast! Find out about the making of this first installment of Rare Book Feast at the Design Feaster blog: http://bit.ly/jjjmCa Thanks!

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              • stop e-waste


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                Motion graphics piece promoting remanufacturing. Experiment with "fake" stop-motion animation.

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                • Future OceanExplorer


                  from Michel Magens / Added

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                  "Catch me, I'm an information" communicate the floating words. With his hands the visitors of the table touches the glass surface and grabs the typographical swarm who has just awakened his interest. Aligned with white lines that look like delicate probe of marine animals, spread of secondary information will be visible. Text, images and films on various subjects can be detected by the visitor. The Ocean Explorer is an interactive table projection. Up to twelve visitors can view texts, films and animation on different topics. With headphones, visitors can also listen to the scientists under discussion. The five meters long and 120 centimeters wide, multi-touch table allows visitors to fish out information such as from a virtual pool of water and even go on an expedition themselves. My job was the conception and realization of the whole design and content for the Future OceanExplorer. CLIENT: Cluster of Excellence "The Future Ocean" ROLE: Art Direction, Content-Development, Motion Design CREDITS: Art Direction: Michel Magens, Tom Duscher Technical Concept and Development: Chris Engler Graphic Design: Michel Magens, Jan Kiecksee, Tom Duscher Coding: Chris Engler, Jan Kiecksee Motion Design: Michel Magens, Chris Engler, Tom Duscher Project Management: Manfred Schulz, Tom Duscher, Annika Wallaschek Construction: Manfred Schulz, Julia Fuchs, Erik Neubert CHECKOUT: www.michelmagens.de www.wirmachenbunt.de www.ozean-der-zukunft.de www.muthesius.de

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                  • new york i x you


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                    in the course of my trip to new york i randomly collected data to put together a handmade information design based booklet about the city

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                    • Video Game Addiction


                      from Reiss Cleal / Added

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                      My animation for the final major project of my graphic design degree. Thanks to Harrison King who did the voice over - http://www.harkiii.deviantart.com/

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