Check our new motion graphics reel.
I am currently helping design a new lab at LCAD that will be used for Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality. This lab will go into use Spring of 2018 in the Design Major at LCAD. This will be where most of my class will be taught in 2018.
Mixtus just launched a new 3D animation for the Optical Line for Allied Metal Works. The concept behind this animation was the idea of a miniature drone flying around a pair of mens and women’s glasses. Glasses we modeled in 3D from scratch using prototype versions on the eyewear.
Here are a couple new animation we created for the launch of the new eyewear line – Allied Metals Works.
Mixtus Design owner Dan Jensen gave a talk last week on the ins and outs of digital signage.
Mixtus adds graphics to Trace’s new video for tracking wakeboard data.
Shot breakdown for screen replacement and motion graphics.
Trace is an action sports motion tracking device. It collects data about the user and then displays that data in an iPhone app and overlays stats on their video. Mixtus has been working with Trace over the past few months on many different projects. One of these projects was a motion graphics video that is being displayed in surf/skate store across the US.
Go to www.traceup.com to find out more about their product.
Here at mixtus we just got in this new piece of gear called the beholder MS1. It is a small handheld gimbal similar to gimbals that you would find on a drone. We are currently testing it out with the SONY RX100iv and we are really impressed. This is a great tool for producing really smooth and professional looking video.
Here is a quick test of the Beholder while in Arizona. It is pretty easy to control.
We picked this up from a really cool company in LA called owldolly.
A 3D Printed model produced by mixtus was used to construct the Bouchercon 2014 awards. These awards will make into the hands of amazing authors like Stephen King. It was great to work with my friend Sayer Danforth to help produce it. I can only take a little bit of credit for the digital side of this project. It was great to see how nice the final awards came out. Congrats Sayer.