Some case studies of our 2D animations
Depending on the audience, 2D animation can help get across a message in simple terms. Popular styles include whiteboard animation - good for a lay audience, and motion graphics, which is more stylised.
Quiz a Whiz with The Royal Society of Edinburgh
The Royal Society of Edinburgh were launching a new YouTube Channel called Quiz a Whiz. The concept is simple: you submit a question to the whiz and the answer is recorded. Of course they needed some snazzy animation to go along with these clips, which is where we came in. See more from The Whizzes by clicking on the image to the right.
Biofilms: Building Bacterial Cities
Prof. Nicola Stanley-Wall from the College of Life Sciences at The University of Dundee actively engages in outreach activities with both school age children and members of the public. In collaboration with Nicola we created a whiteboard animation to be shown at The BBSRC Great British Bioscience Festival in 2014. To see the animation click on the image to the left.
The University of Dundee wanted a motion graphic style of animation to promote a new resource they were developing around the theme of Research Integrity. This piece of work is currently private.