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The worm turns…

Watch the Leaders’ Debate on the BBC News Channel tonight to see ‘the worm’ – a live reactive graph driven by the a group of 50 undecided voters in Salford….

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Maxon Cinema 4D UK Reel

Maxon UK released two reels this week – a general reel and a motion graphics reel. We’re very proud to announce that Xrayvision has three clips featured in the general…

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Panorama – ‘Can You Cure My Cancer?’

The BBC’s health correspondent – Fergus Walsh – and Panorama producer Alison Priestley followed the pioneering work of Royal Marsden hospital and the Institute of Cancer Research for eighteen months…

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Channel 5 / TK Maxx Christmas ident

On your screens this week, a sponsored Christmas ident for Channel 5. Design/concept Channel 5 Creative Director: Mike Sumpter DoP: Tom Pridham Post-production: Rob Shergold/Xrayvision

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It’s a wrap…

well, almost. A busy week post-producing something you’ll see on your screens over Christmas in the UK. Will update once it’s on air.

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Tuscany route map using DEM Earth

A test render using the DEM Earth plugin in Cinema 4D. Post-produced in After Effects.

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Commonwealth Games preview – BBC News

For a preview of the Commonwealth Games, Nick Davey of BBC News turned to Xrayvision to handle five of the twelve compositing shots for the package (the rest were produced…

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New showreel

Actually, there are two new showreels: one for public consumption, one available via  link I’m happy to send out to prospective clients. The reason? Some of the work has yet…

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Camera jitter

If you’ve watched the ‘Russia – a Delicate Balance’ piece from back int he Summer, you’ll know I like camera movement. I think it adds to the sense of realism….

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Almost there…

Over the next couple of weeks we’ll soft-launching* Xrayvision’s permanent website. Watch this space!   *a media phrase meaning the technical part of a project has completed way before anyone has really…

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