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Adobe Photoshop hits 25 Years

25. February 2015

To celebrate the tool that has helped shape creativity, artists from all over the world contributed their most amazing dreams – and their working files with layers.

It has certainly helped us a few times over the years.  Enjoy this tribute – called Dream On – produced by Adobe for Photoshop’s 25th anniversary.

Richard III centre is one of the world’s best tourism spots

19. January 2015

The new Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester has been featured in travel guide company Lonley Planet’s list of ‘world’s hottest new experiences for 2015″.

We produced all the interactive Multimedia and Audio-Visual exhibits you will see if you visit the Centre.  These include a re-enactment of the Battle of Bosworth, where Richard III lost his life, and an interactive journey that allows visitors to hear from the people involved in the dig that found the king’s remains.

Well done to all the other companies involved in opening the centre, which, according to a number of news sites, was selected for its innovative exhibits showcasing Richard III’s life and his short time as England’s king from 1483 – 1485

Projection Mapping on Moving Objects

16. January 2015

This video was brought to our attention over a year ago but it seems to have resurfaced within the Centre Screen offices.  ‘Box’ was captured in camera and explores digital space through projection mapping on moving surfaces.  It is incredibly impressive and well worth 5 minutes 14 seconds of your time on this cold Friday afternoon…

Lost at Sea – “This is absolutely one of the most stunning museum installations I have ever seen”

22. December 2014

We recently created a number of large scale projection sequences for the National Maritime Museum’s temporary exhibition ‘Ships, Clocks and Stars: The Quest for Longitude’ which included ‘Lost at Sea’ a 12m wide CGI time-lapse of a seascape, which gives visitors a sense of what it feels like to be lost at sea.

Just a few weeks ago after visiting the exhibition for himself, we were delighted when Murray Pomerance, published author and Professor at Ryerson University got in touch to tell us how much he enjoyed our film…

It’s All About that Nostalgia

4. November 2014

Nostalgia

Remember how excited you got when you managed to beg, borrow or steal a few coins so you could head down to the local arcade to play video games?

Well, Internet Archive are bringing that feeling back. The project, aptly named, Internet Arcade, they have conserved 900 retro video games made between the 1970s and 1990s, and made them available to play in your web browser. And the best part is that they are free!

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