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ANIMATION


In the world of animation, possibilities are almost endless. The beauty of animation is that it is customised, making it a very strong branding tool. You can bring any concept to life and give context to your ideas which may otherwise be hard with live action shoots. Animated videos are also cost-effective and easier to manage.

They come in many forms – 2D, infographics, motion graphics, 3D, 3D projection, and etcetera. With the luxury of customisation, coupled with the fact that the risks involved in live action shoots are diminished, it is no wonder animation-style videos have become many organisations’ go-to solution.

WHAT WE DO


2D Animations

2D motion graphics is ideal for companies and corporations looking to use video as a medium for explaining a new process, or to educate the public on a new regulation.

Stop Motion

Stop-motion involves photographing a stationary object or subject that is being moved physically frame by frame to give the illusion that it is moving on its own.

Hand Drawn Animation

These videos involves a physical hand mimicking the drawing of text or objects, much like drawing on a whiteboard. This style of animation is usually adopted for corporate videos with the key objective of bringing awareness to new policies.

3D Animation

Unlike 2D Animation, 3D is more life-like and three-dimensional.The added dimension that 3D provides gives the animation a more sophisticated feel.

3D Projection Mapping

Also known as spatial augmented reality or video mapping, 3D Projection Mapping is essentially the projection of a video on a 3D object, instead of the usual projection on flat screens. Projection mapping is often used in large scale events and brings life to buildings and structures, producing an optical illusion that is eye-catching. Light shows and festivals actually use projection mapping to achieve this ‘psychedelic’ and mesmerising effect.

2D Animations

2D motion graphics is ideal for companies and corporations looking to use video as a medium for explaining a new process, or to educate the public on a new regulation.

Stop Motion

Stop-motion involves photographing a stationary object or subject that is being moved physically frame by frame to give the illusion that it is moving on its own.

Hand Drawn Animation

These videos involves a physical hand mimicking the drawing of text or objects, much like drawing on a whiteboard. This style of animation is usually adopted for corporate videos with the key objective of bringing awareness to new policies.

3D Animation

Unlike 2D Animation, 3D is more life-like and three-dimensional.The added dimension that 3D provides gives the animation a more sophisticated feel.

3D Projection Mapping

Also known as spatial augmented reality or video mapping, 3D Projection Mapping is essentially the projection of a video on a 3D object, instead of the usual projection on flat screens. Projection mapping is often used in large scale events and brings life to buildings and structures, producing an optical illusion that is eye-catching. Light shows and festivals actually use projection mapping to achieve this ‘psychedelic’ and mesmerising effect.

Portfolio


CRIME-FREE CODY
SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE
Have a Break
with Kit Kat & Hello Kitty
Nestlé Kit Kat Singapore
5 Things You Should Know About The New CPF Enhancements
Central Provident Fund
Knife Bran Oil
Brandcore Pte Ltd
Your Comunity, A Click Away
Property Estate Management
Run Fast
Asics
Lite Show
Asics
Disobeying Traffic Light Signals
Singapore Police Force

At Big 3, we help you create the best kind of animation that suits your organisation’s needs and achieves your goals. Now that you have a greater understanding of some types of animation videos, chat with us to see how we can customise one for your organisational needs.

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