CORPORATE VIDEO ANIMATIONS
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Corporate video animations are our most popular area of production. Our customers love our knack of turning complex ideas into simple to understand animations. If engineers can design it, we’ll help you present it to the world. Corporate video animations are ideal for company staff training, sales executives, stakeholders, the public and of course potential investors, because who knows who’s watching?
Check out the following corporate video animations – and imagine the possibilities 3D animation can have for your business:Read our testimonials here…
RIO TINTO Mining operations and processes
AARONS CGI produced corporate video animations for the global mining giant Rio Tinto between 2008-2013 with the key role of simplifying challenging technical concepts within the organization and bringing them to life with eye-catching realism. The animations were developed for Rio Tinto Innovation and their associated researchers at Imperial College London and shown in a variety of presentations around the world demonstrating the company’s claims and achievements to investors, stakeholders, researchers, as well as politicians and members of the public.
Images below show the process of froth flotation that uses air bubbles to selectively separate valuable minerals from waste solution.
Chris Goodes, the General Manager of Recovery, Technology and Innovation at Rio Tinto summed up his response to the work:
“…a fantastic piece of work that has received compliments at the highest levels in the organisation. From our perspective, a most useful communication tool which saves a ‘thousand words’ and many PowerPoint slides…”
As you can see, working with a small studio you can achieve BIG results – with the added benefit of keeping your sensitive projects as confidential as possible.
OUTOTEC Smelting furnace
Outotec commissioned AARONS CGI to produce a compelling corporate video of their Top Submerged Lance or TSL Smelting Furnace complete with realistic 3D computer generated molten liquid metal behaving as accurately as possible in the hellish environment of an industrial furnace. The big challenge was making sure the animated liquid metal realistically adhered to the lance, a major feature of the technology, allowing it to stay cooler and thus last longer.
The final work featured at the Outotec display stand for the 2012 mining expo in Perth, Western Australia.
THERMAL BATTERY Energy storage
AARONS CGI was commissioned to create an animation demonstrating the process of storing renewable energy as heat, which is then harnessed as electricity on demand. The process is built on innovations in Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology – a complex subject that needed to be conveyed to investors as simply as possible. The project required the creation of a realistic outdoor environment as well as an easy to understand animated process of how the thermal battery system works complete with gases and heat flows.
The animation was so well received that the company’s partner also uses their branding on the animation as well – a complement to the quality of our work! – one version is aimed at investors with prior technical knowledge, and the other, laypersons.
Paul Keen, CEO & Managing Director at Green Thermal Energy Technologies (gTET) summed up his response to the final work:
“Roger embarked upon our Thermal Battery animation video with scant engineering level data files and descriptions, and the result has been a highly intuitive and easily understood marketing tool that has proved invaluable in communicating our new technology to potential investors and clients. The result exceeded our expectations.”
Watch the full animation here:
GREEN ENERGY POWER STATION Eastern Creek recycling
AARONS CGI created 3D animation for the proposed TNG Eastern Creek Power Station currently under development in Sydney, NSW, Australia. The multi-million dollar project recycles waste products into green energy, building on technology currently used in Europe.
The animation was incorporated into the client’s video aimed at informing local councils and residents of the plans. The animation continues to feature on various Australian national news networks.
Waste material not suitable for recycling is stored in a giant disused landfill.
MEDICAL Device Marketing/ Instructions for use
AARONS CGI has been commissioned by various medical device companies in Australia and abroad to create 3d animations showcasing life-saving medical devices for both instructions for use (IFU), and marketing purposes. Devices include the Bi-Flow bidirectional cannula, a breakthrough Australian invention available for surgeons worldwide; a vascular closure device designed to help close and heal the hole that is created after a cannula is inserted; plus a tool to repair the mitral valve within the heart, along with other innovations created by Cardiovascular surgeon Dr Randall Moshinsky and Anesthetist Dr Elli Tutungi.
Dr Randall Moshinsky, FRACS, Cardiothoracic Surgeon:
“Over the last few years Roger Aarons has created video animations for a number of medical projects I have been involved in. I have always found Roger a pleasure to work with and his work has been of the highest quality. Roger is very quick to pick up new technical material and his attention to detail is excellent. He has always been quick to respond to my questions and comments, and prompt in delivering content. I would be extremely happy to use Roger’s services again in the future and I would recommend him to others without hesitation.”
Animations of the Bi-Flow device have been featured nationally on Australian TV news networks, as well as in medical journals. Do you have a medical device or procedure that can benefit from 3d animation? Contact us today.
AARONS CGI has created other life-saving medical device animations showing how to use various surgical tools
NCIMP Exfoliation of vermiculite
The National Centre for Industrial Microwave Processing (NCIMP) based at Nottingham in UK, commissioned AARONS CGI to create ongoing corporate video animations of the company’s development of a prototype machine that expands Vermiculite particles, ideal for use in heat proofing products.
CLINUVEL UV Skin treatment
Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals called upon AARONS CGI to produce a corporate video animation that demonstrates a UV skin care treatment to potential investors in Australia and Europe. 3D animation was used to show how a tablet is absorbed into the skin and its effectiveness in raising the skin’s pigment level over time.
SKIN CARE COMPANY UV protection cream
Another skin care company requested an exciting introduction that takes the viewer from the Sun to the surface of the Earth where a couple are lying on a beach.
NORWOOD INDUSTRIES Online folding aeroplane animation
AARONS CGI produced an online corporate video animation for Norwood Industries to introduce their exciting new website. Making printed products on paper and advanced plastics for just about every industry, an animated folding airplane fitted the bill perfectly.
FE TECHNOLOGIES Library card scanner
AARONS CGI created animations for an automated self-loan station for public libraries around Australia and abroad.
SUPREME HEATING Solar/ Hydronics
AARONS CGI produced a variety of corporate video animations to simplify Supreme Heating’s solar and hydronic systems to potential buyers.
Armed with clear and powerful animations that visually explain every process from start to finish, Rebecca Productions was able to deliver a powerful selling tool for their client .
(Directed by Rebecca Productions)
HONDA Advertising agency self-promo
After the success of the Honda Jazz TVC campaign AARONS CGI produced a special corporate video animation introducing the advertising agency’s self-promotional showreel featuring the sassy Honda Jazz character herself.
AARONS CGI also produced online animations for the interactive Honda Jazz campaign here.
THE ALFRED HOSPITAL Donor heart preservation
The Cardiac Surgical Research Unit at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne is pioneering research into sustaining donor hearts for transplantation and required 3D animation to showcase their latest developments.
CATHOLIC HOMES Flying logo
A big part of computer animation is flying logos. AARONS CGI can take your existing logo and give it a whole new spin. Catholic Homes required their corporate logo to literally fly into the screen. Their original 2D bird design was re-created and brought to life in 3D. Contact us today and see how we can add excitement to your most important marketing asset.
GROVE HOMES Architectural presentation
AARONS CGI can also create architectural renderings. This school building project for a government client had to be designed to exacting specifications – with realistic sunlight to foresee the effect of heat on student class rooms at the hottest time of the day in summer-time Melbourne, Australia.
AIS Chlorination process
Australian Innovative Systems needed to simplify the process of communicating a chlorination reaction when passing salt water through an electrode.
BLUNDSTONE Shoe sole technology
Explaining the inner-workings of a work boot to sales executives and internet visitors might seem mundane, but with 3D animation the structure of a shoe’s sole can be seen as something fascinating. Blundstone required an exciting corporate video animation of their latest sole design requiring the various components to be assembled over time.
OLSEN’S GREENBIO Soil treatment
Olsen’s needed to show the benefits of it’s soil treatment product that contains micro-bacteria and other chemicals to help plants thrive using less water, and release more oxygen into the environment. The corporate video advertorial was produced as a DVD to accompany a garden magazine sold in newsagents.
TRAIN CRASH Accident reconstruction
The Australian Government required a forensic 3D animation to recreate the infamous Lismore train accident in country Victoria, 2006. The animation was used in court and helped determine whether fog, the lack of crossing signals, or even the train’s colour played a role in the crash.
THE SALMON SHOP Interactive floor display
Dine at The Salmon Shop in Melbourne and you’ll be welcomed by an interactive floor display featuring computer generated salmon made by AARONS CGI that cleverly interact with your movements!
PACIFIC DUNLOP Acoustic foam panels
Pacific Dunlop produces specialized acoustic foam panels designed to improve sound quality, and AARONS CGI was called upon to create a realistic home theatre and recording studio to demonstrate its benefits.
As the primary target market was home theatre owners, an idea was devised to explain the use of the acoustic panels in simple terms – an analogy between sunlight hitting a projection screen spoiling the view, and sound echoing around a room colouring the sound.
EPWORTH SLEEP CENTRE Sleep apnea
The medical world is also taking advantage of the wonders of 3D animation. The Epworth Sleep Centre required a life-like corporate video animation of a patient suffering from Sleep Apnea – a severe form of snoring.
ARBORCO Tree relocation
Perhaps our most unusual request for a corporate video animation was a tree relocation for ARBORCO.