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A fun project we did for WATT, a new series on Belgian Television Channel CANVAS. To launch the show, Canvas wanted us to make an animated video about Grey Day, the day of the year on which our own green energy runs out and we switch to grey energy.
For more info visit: https://www.canvas.be/greyday
Robovision is a company that enables AI for businesses. They transform data and turn it into a valuable asset by using deep learning. To explain the concept of deep learning, Robovision asked us to create this 3D animated explanatory video.
Nereya is the new eye drop solution of Bausch + Lomb.
It’s an explanatory video, mainly to tease pharmacists.
The animation is made in Cinema 4D, post effects are made in After Effects.
Smart Packing of Containers with customised stutting pieces and advisory load management.
An idea by Bagaar & Twikit.
We kopen den Oudaan is an online collaborative approach to ensure a better destination for the old police station (Oudaan) in Antwerp.
We’ve made animations in an isometric flat style to illustrate the different possible outcomes of this building if it would end up in private or public hands. These differences are shown in an interactive way and it's fun to play with!
Check it out on http://wekopendenoudaan.be/te-koop
The AV manager is a tool created by Bluemoon, that enables new forms of collaboration and communication for audiovisual events in an innovative way .
The Ringland project is a 6 billion euro investment which proposes a large-scale sustainable urban development focussing on a complete redesign of the highway system in the city of Antwerp. Extraordinarily, the research underlying this complex infrastructure project has been entirely organised by local citizens in bottom-up fashion.
Our animation shows how it will be possible to realise such a large-scale sustainable urban development without disturbing the surrounding traffic.
Treehouse is a brand new experience center of Decospan where wood veneer can be experienced in all possible ways. In an architectural context in which numerous modern interior products were combined, the architect can discover more than 150 wood species,...
We created a dynamic video which includes both film and 3d rendering.
For Good maps your ecological footprint in a simple way. The app will guide you in achieving a more sustainable lifestyle.
In the app you have different levels of your ecological footprint, from 0% to 100%. Each time you level up, your globe will be less polluted. To visualize this in a cool, recognizable fashion, we designed some creative 3d animations of our planet.
In this video, June wonders about the energy we use today and why the most simple, effective and sustainable ways to get energy are so hard to introduce in our everyday lives. And how come it’s so complicated to switch energy suppliers, while it should be as simple as turning on a switch.
This 2D animated video was the teaser for www.june.energy, this device switches you automatically to a better and cheaper energy supplier. Now that's smart saving!
Once a year Bagaar changes its classic working scenery for a week and leaves for the hills of the Vosges, the mountains of Ardeche, or... who knows what's next?
We've made some smashing feel good videos about these trips to show people the true DNA of Bagaar and how important it is to occasionally reinvent yourself abroad.
For our client Ressence, a high-class watch manufacturer, we created a series of awesome 3D renders, including some exploded views and animated gifs.
Each month we deliver a new (short) 2D animation for June. Here's a small selection. The full videos can be found on https://www.facebook.com/june.smart.energy
June is a device that switches you automatically to a better and cheaper energy supplier. Now that's smart saving!
A series of 2D animations we created to advise people on how to reduce their energy use.
A few visual experiments to push the boundaries of our 3D skills.
All made with Cinema 4D.
Another series of visual arts & design experiments to explore the possibilities of our 3D skills.
All made with Cinema 4D.
Discover, explore and play with initial 3D visuals that defined the style of some of our projects.
(works best on desktop)
For the first edition of House of Things, an event about future building techniques and trends, we created a frivolous video to kick off the event and introduce the key speakers.