1. Black Ops 2: Screen Graphics

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    from Spov Design + Moving Image / Added

    Client: Activision / Treyarch Spov began working with Activision and Treyarch almost 18 months ago, conducting initial design research and producing early concept art and animation tests. Current commercial and military technology prototypes were used for inspiration to develop screen graphics depicting how the world might be viewed in 2025. From this emerging technology, Spov created a technical vision through which the global narrative could unfold as the player tries to make sense of tangled events and prevent an emerging catastrophe, put in motion by the games calculating villain, Raul Menendez.

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    • Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 / Screen Graphics

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      This is my personal edit of the sequences I’ve designed and/or animated. Sequences produced as part of Spov (www.spov.tv). Special Thanks to Andrea Damiano (www.andreadamiano.tv) for the Sound Design. CREDITS Client: Activision / Treyarch Design Company: Spov Producer: Emma Clarke Creative Director: Paul Hunt Lead Designer: Andrea Braga (Lazycreative) Designers: Ian Jones, Matt Tsang, Ryan Jefferson Hays, James Brocklebank, Kieran Gee-Finch, Jose Blay 3D Designers: Mantas Grigaitis, Julio Dean, Luis Ribeiro, Sam Kerridge Sound Design: Andrea Damiano Year: 2012

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      • Black Ops 2 / Screen Graphics Reel Intro

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        Design and animation of the title intro for Spov's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Screen Graphics Reel. Produced at Spov (www.spov.tv). Special Thanks to Andrea Damiano (www.andreadamiano.tv) for the Sound Design.

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        • illUmiNations: Protecting our Planet #ProjectingChange

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          #ProjectingChange The United Nations Department of Public Information, Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS), founded by photographer and Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos (THE COVE), Obscura Digital, a creative technology studio that has staged multi-sensory media experiences all over the globe, and Fisher Stevens, Academy Award-winning Producer of THE COVE, lit up the United Nations headquarters in a revolutionary call to action for citizens of the world to demand action from their leaders to protect the world’s ecosystems. The musical score was written by Academy Award-nominated composer J. Ralph. The visual showcase created by OPS, Obscura and Insurgent Media, was sponsored by TheDodo.com and the Lerer Family Foundation, and produced in conjunction with Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea, Vulcan Productions and Millennium Art. ILLUMINATIONS PARTNERS United Nations Department of Public Information Oceanic Preservation Society Obscura Digital Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea Vulcan Productions thedodo.com Millennium ART Trailer Park Picture Motion Obscured Pictures CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS & ARTWORK 60Solutions.org Yann Arthus-Bertrand Rodrigo Baleia James Balog William Coupon David Doubilet Earth Vision Trust GoodPlanet Foundation HOME Jerry Greenberg Michael Greenberg Howard and Michelle Hall David Hannan/Ocean Ark Alliance Shawn Heinrichs International Center of Photography Frans Lanting Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology Steve McCurry Plankton Chronicles Sebastião Salgado, Genesis Joel Sartore Louis Schwartzberg Daniel Stoupin ADDITIONAL CONTENT AFNR/Shutterstock Borisoff/Shutterstock branislavpudar/Shutterstock Brian Lasenby/Shutterstock Henk Bentlage/Shutterstock iPrano/Shutterstock John Butler Lukas Spieker Miles Away Photography/Shutterstock NASA Peter Gudella/Shutterstock pixelparticle/Shutterstock Rich Carey/Shutterstock Richard A McMillin/Shutterstock Rick Ray/Shutterstock Stefan Siebert Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library Tim Hellier/Image Quest 3-D Xavier Marchant/Shutterstock SUPPORTED BY Dieter Paulmann The Lerer Family Foundation William von Mueffling Dan Nelson The Gerbode Foundation Sarah Shaw San Francisco Foundation Shaw Family Fund The Moore Charitable Foundation The Opel Family Richard Schaden The Baum Foundation Trevor Bacon Jill and Carter Wheeler Paulette & John Kempfer David and Diana Toole W Wilder Knight III Primland (60 Solutions) OPS Kickstarter Backers

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          • Shane Hurlbut and the Redrock Micro manCam

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            Shane Hurlbut ASC talks about HDSLR filmmaking and his use of the Redrock mancam rigs. Shane has also been using the new Redrock RRS plate, which will be released at the end of November 2010. This plate allows you to adapt really right stuff (or similar plates from arca swiss and kirk) to any 2 rail Redrock rig, and use the rock solid features of really right stuff mounting gear! The ManCam rig Redrock | ops version (camo): http://store.redrockmicro.com/Catalog/Ops/RedrockOpsMancam Redrock blue version http://store.redrockmicro.com/Catalog/DSLR-Handheld-Rigs/Mancam If you're in the DC area in December, swing by Government Expo and see all of the new Redrock Micro Products. Better yet, get in free on us! http://store.redrockmicro.com/Welcome/governmentexpo

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            • Projecting Change in Colorado

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              The highly-anticipated film Racing Extinction (www.racingextinction.com) made its Colorado debut at the 2015 Boulder International Film Festival (www.biff1.com). Racing Extinction, directed by Academy Award-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove), is a project of the Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS) that features an unlikely team of activists and innovators that hatch a bold mission to save endangered species. To illuminate the documentary's important mission, the festival brought the 'undercover mobile eco-projection' vehicle from the film to inspire the communities of Denver and Boulder. We were asked to film the car's special visit and created this video for BIFF's Closing Night to recap the experience. The custom Tesla Model S (www.teslamotors.com) made for the film is a modified electric car designed and engineered by Obscura Digital. The state of the art technology includes an electroluminescent paint job from Darkside Scientific, a FLIR (forward looking infrared) camera that enables visualization of C02 emissions and a customized video system that projects clips and images of threatened species on large-scale surfaces. To spread the word and share your sightings, use the hashtags #RacingExtinction and #ProjectingChange. All footage captured and edited by Jon Brumbaugh and Katie Stjernholm of Balcony Nine Media. www.balconynine.co | facebook.com/balconynine | twitter.com/balconynine | balconynine@gmail.com Music: 'First Snow' by Emancipator. http://www.emancipatormusic.com Special thanks to The Twisted Foundation and LTSTBS (Life's Too Short to be Stingy) for their generosity in bringing this experience to #2015BIFF. Thanks to the BIFF team and volunteers who worked to make this possible: -Scott & Joellen Raderstorf -Brian Bishop -Kathy and Robin Beeck -Kevin Smith -Morey Bean -Jim Robb -Maddie Szobel-Wolff -Savannah Clements -Grace Borchers -Jackie Zampella -Audi Boulder Thanks to Racing Extinction & the mobile projection vehicle team: -Louie Psihoyos -Gina Papabeis -Leilani Münter -Daniel Wright -Tom Sepe -Matt Stamm -Okeanos - Foundation for the Sea -Vulcan Productions -Obscura Digital -Photo Ark -Electroluminescent Paint by Darkside Scientific -FLIR To stay updated on the latest happenings for Racing Extinction: www.twitter.com/extinction_ops | www.facebook.com/racingextinction | www.instagram.com/racingextinction "The greatest danger to our future is apathy." -Jane Goodall

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              • Call of Duty: Black Ops III _ Embers

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                Patrick worked with the teams at Elastic, RPS, A52 and 72andSunny to create this bleak vision of an augmented future for the next installment in Activision's Call of Duty series. Agency | 72andSunny Client | Activision Production | Pecubu Productions Director | Patrick Clair Executive Producer | Jennifer Sofio Hall Line Producer | Kelly Christensen Editorial | Rock Paper Scissors Editor | David Brodie Assistant Editors | Niles Howard, Josh Hayes Producer | Dina Ciccotello Executive Producer | Angela Dorian Post Production Design Studio | Elastic Creative Director | Patrick Clair Designer(s) | Paul Kim, Kevin Heo, Jeff Han 2D Animators | Yongsub Song, Steve Do Head of 3D | Kirk Shintani CG Supervisor | Andrew Romatz, 3D Artists | Cody Woodard, Andy Byrne, Ian Ruhfass, Josephine Kahng, Christian Sanchez, Adam Carter, Alyssa Diaz, Erin Clarke, Joe C, Joe Paniagua, Samuel Ortiz, Wendy Klein, Miguel Salek, Joe Chiechi Lead Compositor | Andy McKenna Additional Compositors | Matt Sousa, Steve Wolf, Andres Barrios, Richard Hirst, Stefan Gaillot, Christel Hazard, Chris Moore Finishing | Gabe Sanchez, Kevin Stokes, Erik Rojas, David Tregde Executive Producer | Jennifer Sofio Hall Producer: |Carol Salek Production Coordinator | Cudjo Collins Color | A52 Colorist | Paul Yacono Color Assistant | Chris Riley

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                • Black Ops 2: Narrative Sequences

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                  Client: Activision / Treyarch November 2012 marks the launch of the most ambitious Call of Duty title to date, Black Ops 2. With a storyline set in both the 1980s and in 2025, Spov developed two distinct art styles and production routes to clearly differentiate between eras. The narrative sequences were designed to tell the 1980s backstory and give context to the 2025 sequences as they evolve in realtime for the player. Spov used a mixture of live action, motion graphics and archive footage to tell a compelling visual story with a historically accurate core. Spov also worked closely with Treyarch's in-house cinematic team to ensure the narrative was delivered seamlessly as the single player mission unfolds.

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                  • illUmiNations: Protecting Our Planet

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                    On Saturday, September 20, 2014, the United Nations Department of Public Information presented a spectacular 30-story architectural projection in partnership with the Oceanic Preservation Society, Obscura Digital, and Insurgent Media. The General Assembly and Secretariat buildings were lit up with massive projections as part of a revolutionary call for action on global climate change. The event took place in connection with the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Summit. “Now is the time to take decisive action on climate change. Protecting our planet is the responsibility of each and every one of us. We must make our voices heard. These exceptional projections shown at the United Nations will help draw attention to the need to make climate action a reality in every community and every society,” said UN Secretary-General General Ban Ki-moon. #Climate2014 #ProjectingChange #60Solutions The visual showcase was made possible with the support of TheDodo.com and the Lehrer Family Foundation and produced in conjunction with Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea, Vulcan Productions, and Millennium ART. illUmiNations was a collaborative effort between Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos, Academy Award-winning producer Fisher Stevens, and Obscura Digital. The musical score for the video was composed by Academy Award-nominated composer J. Ralph. For more, visit http://obscuradigital.com/work/climate_summit_2014/ ILLUMINATIONS PARTNERS United Nations Department of Public Information Oceanic Preservation Society Obscura Digital Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea Vulcan Productions thedodo.com Millennium ART Trailer Park Picture Motion Obscured Pictures SUPPORTED BY Dieter Paulmann The Lerer Family Foundation William von Mueffling Dan Nelson The Gerbode Foundation Sarah Shaw San Francisco Foundation Shaw Family Fund The Moore Charitable Foundation The Opel Family Richard Schaden The Baum Foundation Trevor Bacon Jill and Carter Wheeler Paulette & John Kempfer David and Diana Toole W Wilder Knight III Primland (60 Solutions) OPS Kickstarter Backers CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS & ARTWORK 60Solutions.org Yann Arthus-Bertrand James Balog William Coupon David Doubilet Earth Vision Trust GoodPlanet Foundation HOME Jerry Greenberg Michael Greenberg Howard and Michelle Hall David Hannan/Ocean Ark Alliance Shawn Heinrichs International Center of Photography Frans Lanting Steve McCurry Plankton Chronicles Sebastião Salgado, Genesis Joel Sartore Louis Schwartzberg Daniel Stoupin OBSCURA TEAM Travis Threlkel - Chief Creative Officer Matty Dowlen - Chief of Production Sean Holt - Director of IT Barry Threw - Director of Interactive Marc Melzer - Director of Media and Art Andrew Plourde - Senior Technical Director Emmett Feldman - Senior Art Director Jennifer Williams - Producer Mia Hanak - Communications Ari Ali - Media Producer Yael Braha - Associate Creative Director Bryant Place - Interactive Engineer Joshua Goldberg - Software Producer Naohiro Haitani - Senior Graphic Designer Cullen Miller - Systems Technician Gaston Albanell - Systems Technician Diego Novoa - Systems Technician Joe Goldring - Install Technician Tom Parrette - Writer Krista Adkins - Production Coordinator Andrew Jones - Live Painter / 3D Artist Jim Ellis - 3D Artist Tim Digulla - 3D Artist Ron Robinson - Art Director Eddy Katt - Animator Brittnie Diamant - Animator Ryan Berkey - Animator Zachary Seidner - Animator Matt Goodwin - Animator Natalie Wilkinson - Editor Alexi Alexaieff - Production Artist Joshua Brott - Photo / Video Ivan Landau - Photo & Video / Animator Eric Schneider - Purchasing Alex Oropeza - Audio Engineer Harald Boyesen - Music Composer ADDITIONAL CONTENT AFNR/Shutterstock Borisoff/Shutterstock branislavpudar/Shutterstock Brian Lasenby/Shutterstock Henk Bentlage/Shutterstock iPrano/Shutterstock John Butler Lukas Spieker Miles Away Photography/Shutterstock NASA Peter Gudella/Shutterstock pixelparticle/Shutterstock Rich Carey/Shutterstock Richard A McMillin/Shutterstock Rick Ray/Shutterstock Stefan Siebert Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library Tim Hellier/Image Quest 3-D Xavier Marchant/Shutterstock

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