Last week Eduardo, Marta and myself went to Madrid to work collaboratively with one of our clients.
I think it’s safe to say it was an eye opening trip… a company with its own tube station, 15000 staff and big ideas. A city with lovely old buildings, an amazing octopus and potato dish, tiny glasses of beer, black tomatoes, and a really boring airport. Intense meetings and brainstorming, clever people, dos and donts in preparation and presentation, as well as hard lessons in pulling rank. Here’s the highlights in pictures:
So by this point i’m really enjoying playing around with Cinema 4D… there is so much stuff in that software and it’s really user friendly. So the Greyscale Gorilla tutorial now is http://greyscalegorilla.com/blog/2009/12/shatter-and-destruction/
It involves a free third party plugin called destruction, and cinema 4D’s mograph 2 features. Rock n Roll!
The BMW Z4 Augmented Reality piece has brought home the bacon again it would seem. This makes me a very happy man.
Well done again to all the team.
More information on the award is here
And more information on the project is here
Was more than pleased to hear the BMW Z4 Augmented Reality piece i designed has just won First Prize in the Game & Application Category at the 2010 Webby Awards. To say I’m pleased is an understatement. The whole team worked really hard on this. So it amazing to see it all paid off.
More information on the project is here
More information on the Webby Awards 2010 is here