Posted on May 27th, 2009 nrapp No comments
This is the video pilot for a new feature on the latest version of our cell phone product, AP Mobile News. Look for the app in iTunes, and install it on your iTouch or iPhone.
AP Mobile News now let you customize further the categories of news you want to get and share them easily on Facebook and Twitter. Also let you choose location to get region-specific news.
Posted on March 6th, 2009 nrapp No comments
The video for this week, a tornado explainer. Voice, script and research, Arian Smedley and realization by the usual team on these projects (See below).
Posted on February 27th, 2009 nrapp No comments
Since a few weeks now, we have been exploring the possibilities offered by the synergy of infographic artists and video experts. The fruits of this collaboration seem promising, and we are getting better at it. Stay tuned for more, as these are only the first steps on a long planned road.
This new video features Chris Kaeser illustrations, and has been realized by Peter Hamlin and Jaime Holguin. Text and script developed by Ted Anthony and Jake O’Connell.
Posted on February 6th, 2009 nrapp No comments
Most recent video, an animated short movie realized by Peter Hamlin with art from Mike Sudal. Jaime Holguin voice-over, research and script by Jake ‘Snake-Eye’ O’Connell. Most of the work time spent on this feature went to After-Effect, and of course, into the hand-drawn part.
Posted on January 28th, 2009 nrapp No comments
Posted on January 23rd, 2009 nrapp No comments
Here are some highlights of the AP multimedia production on Inauguration day.
Bernadette Tuazon acted as a technical advisor on this panorama and many others, working with photographer Susan Walsh to take and stitching pictures together. I used a modified version of an open source panorama player, PanoSalado to publish it.
Here is a 3-D rendering of the inauguration parade route, realized by Merrill Sherman with Jaime Holguin help.
A title card for AP video live on the web, featuring 3-D work of Peter Hamlin and editing from Jaime. AP staffers use Cinema 4D for 3-D rendering.
And finally, our inauguration widget, thanks to Matt Ford’s hard work.
Posted on August 18th, 2008 nrapp No comments
A nice collaboration among Associated Press staffers around the world results in an interesting print graphic and multimedia presentation put together by Siobhan Dooley.