This is my entry for a science video competition. It features past, current, and future space missions; including asteroid capture and deep space exploration of other planets and moons (Europa). The video was made with photos and images from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and NASA JET Propulsion Laboratory Flickr feeds and HubbleSite Gallery. The
When I told my ideas for my final animation project to my mentor, she mentioned the cuttlefish. After some Googling, I was astounded by the cuttlefish’s ability to transform not only its colors, but also its shape. Inspired by these transformative possibilities, I decided to include a cuttlefish. What’s shown here is my work-in-progress. So
An introductory motion graphics video for live presentations by the Current Science and Technology team of the Museum of Science, Boston. Video visually depicts STEAM topics such as energy , physics, geology, math, science, and space which are respectively visualized as an engine, particle collision, earthquake, golden ration, water molecules and water on Europa.
I made a brief preVIZ for an interstellar spaceship scene. I’m considering adding an additional scene at the end where the ship doesn’t change shape, but only the space around the ship. I’m not a physicist, and only have an inkling of understanding of the physics behind interstellar spaceship travel. My understanding comes from an
Created a Shadow box in After Effects. Images were obtained online and edited with Photoshop and After Effects.
This project was inspired by the movie “Tron Legacy”, a sequel to the first “Tron” movie from the early 1980’s. I absolutely loved the design of the advanced, more developed Tron world and I considered the glow effect as a technical challenge for me as I was in the process of learning Maya for this