Visual communications: motion infographics
June 17, 2011

Visual communications: motion infographics

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Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. They are universally understandable, stand alone and are completely self-explanatory.
Infographics , in motion or static, will always grasp our attention with their objective way of presenting information.

Here we have a collection of 12 videos that present there content thrum motion infographics.
Tell me what you think.

Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus

An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia’s ABC1

Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair
Written by: Scott Mitchell
Production Company: Zapruder’s Other Films

The State of the Internet

Produced by:Jess3

Canal Isabel II

This piece was part of a six minute video developed by different studios and produced by lalivingston. Our part explains the process cycle water goes through in La Comunidad de Madrid, from collection through to purification.

Agency/Studio: Binalogue
Client: Canal Isabel II
Production company: lalivingston
Our role: Art direction, Design, 3D & Motion graphics
Music:
Metronomy ‘the end of you too’
Additional 3D modeling & texturing: Rafael Carmona – behance.net/​carmona

Disclaimer
Music is used for presentation purposes only. The final piece has a different soundtrack.

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TakePart: Participant Media – Waiting For “Superman”

This animation is for a startling documentary called, “Waiting For ‘Superman’” that highlights some very serious issues in America today and it made us feel good to make it.

Agency: BUCK
Creative Director: Ryan Honey
Executive Producer: Maurie Enochson
Producer: Eric Badros
Art Director: Joe Mullen
Animation: Jorge R. Canedo Estrada
Original Music: John Black
Co-Producers: Carolyn Sams, Wendy Cohen

History of the Internet

“History of the Internet” is an animated documentary explaining the inventions from time-sharing to filesharing, from Arpanet to Internet.

Project done by Melih Bilgil

Oil’d

A year ago, a massive oil spill began in the Gulf. The entire country was glued to the news until the well was capped, and then we forgot about it.
As the year anniversary was fast approaching Chris became curious, just how much oil was that exactly? Where would it have gone? What he found was shocking.
So in an effort to further our discussion on oil dependency he created this short animation.

Designed, animated and written by: Chris Harmon
Voice Talent: Kim Estes
Music: Billy Perez & Todd Stambaugh
Special Thanks to Daye Rogers and Christy Kurtz

Heart Support Stats

Basic motion design services added to Heart Support infographics for promo use.
Motion Design: KalebColeman.com
Graphics: Difted.com

Frankfurter Zukunftsrat Infographics

Informationdesign video to attract attention to problematic upcoming national and international population developments.

A look into the future.
In the year 2030, 40 percent of all new employees will have a migration background. However there will be a lack of 5.2 million employees. This equates to a wealth damage of 3.8 trillion euro. In 2050 the amount of 60-year-old will be twice as much as new born children. The amount of 100-year-old will reach 100.000. Employees would have to pay 77 percent more for their health insurance, compared to the year 2000. In 2045 India will displace china as the most populous country of the world, about 7 billion people in 60 countries will suffer from water shortage. In contrast, the global demand for meat will increase by 200%. Who knows what the future might look like needs to act right here and right now.

Design: Martin Oberhäuser
Animation: Linda Plesch, Pictorion/Das Werk, Frankfurt
Music: Achim Steffenhagen, Frankfurt
Recording/Sound: Studio Funk, Frankfurt
Concept: nutcracker, Frankfurt

Canada’s World – SFU Centre for Dialogue

Infographic for Canada’s World, a discussion about issues that define the current global environment.

Client: Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue (sfu.ca/​dialog/​)
Role: Art Direction, Technical Direction, Animation
Team:
Giant Ant Media
Jay Grandin (Creative Direction, Design, Animation)
Derek Pante (Concept Design, Graphic Design, Animation)
Sound: Lights.On Jay Grandin (V/O)

CV

Experimental curriculum vitae visualisation set to music by Aphex Twin. CV presents an animated timeline of education, employment experience, and notable milestones, along with a division scale of different design roles I’ve taken on over time.

Created by: Bienvenido Cruz

Infographic Quotes

Quotes from the news media in each episode of Hungry Beast.

Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair

DataPlus War by Nation Infographic

Animation showing willingness to fight.
Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair

Google “Trying not to be evil”

Connecting the dots on Googles activity.
Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair

Cyber Aware: Cyberbullying

Infographic showing relevant data about cyberbullying and the side-effects of it. The project was done in Vancouver Film School and was published on several Journals such as The Province and Leader Post.

Project created by:Felipe Dos Santos, Luis Francisco and Tamish Aswani

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