Added on 24 May 2013
O-motion animated this short infographic animation for Siemens / Crush Creative (working as part of the PBJS London creative team). The Crystal is London’s newest landmark building and the world’s first center dedicated to improving knowledge of urban sustainability. As part of the launch campaign O-motion animated this infographic video for Crush outlining facts about [...]
A growing trend I’ve noticed in video infographics is to base an animated video on work from a static infographic. Such is the case in this explainer video that spotlights a worthy cause – the effects of drug abuse during pregnancy. Did you know that over 176,200 babies in the United States are exposed to [...]Continue Reading
This Week’s Theme: Digital Health Animated Explanation Videos mHealth is is a new term being used in the healthcare industry. LearnTelehealth.org explains what it is with this animated explainer video. mHealth or mobile health is changing the way caregivers provide health services. From, helping patients record daily symptoms to monitoring diabetes, physicians are implementing mobile [...]Continue Reading
This Week’s Theme: Physics Animated Explanation Videos Wrapping up the physics-themed animated videos this week is this animated explanation from by Dave Barney and Steven Goldfarb, animation by Jeanette Nørgaard. In 2012, scientists at CERN discovered evidence of the Higgs boson. The what? The Higgs boson is one of two types of fundamental particles, and [...]Continue Reading
This Week’s Theme: Physics Animated Explanation Videos Next up in our TED-ED/CERN collaboration physics-themed featured videos for this week, CERN scientist James Gillies explains what dark matter is and how we might go about detecting it.Continue Reading
This Week’s Theme: Physics Animated Explanation Videos Time for another theme-based week of featured animated explainer videos. This week’s theme; science, specifically, physics. Physicists from CERN teamed up with TED-Ed to create several animated explanation videos explaining topics of physics. First up, “Exploration on the Big Data frontier, (Lesson by Tim Smith, animation by TED-Ed.) [...]Continue Reading
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