This is Assignment Five in a series of assignments for my research design project. In this assignment, I created a storyboard and motion graphic, which incorporated my logo and sound signature from assignments three and four. The motion graphic utilizes images that are similar to the shapes in the logo, and implies the character of the brand.
This is Assignment Four in a series of assignments for my research design project. In this assignment, I researched logotypes and created a logotype for my service.
This is Assignment Three in a series of assignments for my research-design project. This assignment introduces a sound signature for the proposed service.
This is Assignment Two in a series of assignments for my research-design project. This assignment characterizes my service and gives it a name. The name is revealed at the end of the show in the center of the diagram.
This is Assignment One in a series of assignments that depict the brand development for my research-design project. This part of the assignment depicts my beginning research and ideas for the brand.
My previous post was linked to the article that described 3D projection mapping, but what exactly is it? Well, the article explained it briefly but in order to understand exactly what it is, it is best to see for yourself.
This article inspired my research design project. The article describes something called 3D projection mapping, where images are projected over a surface in order to bring it to life. For example, images would be projected over a building to make the building seem as if it were crumbling. This article peeked my interest in 3D projection mapping and helped me to develop the foundations for my research-design project