Invitation by Video Mail

14 / 02 / 2017
Invitation by Video Mail

Each year the international institute EIPA invites European governments to participate in the European Public Sector Award (EPSA). It’s a challenge for T36 to make a special video invitation. Monday February 13, the invitation was send to inform participants from all over Europe for this great event. EIPA in Europe supports the quality of Public Administration and doing so, this EPSA competition is a remarkable element. Therefore the video must also explain a few things. T36 achieved a result as effective as possible with minimal costs. We are therefore proud that this film was produced within the budget of an […]
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A full media experience

17 / 11 / 2016
A full media experience

To excite a regular viewer, you need to come up with something good. Storytelling might look like the solution, but a nice story is not enough. They should be told in a contemporary way. Because your audience wants the experience, not only the smooth talk. A new dimension in communication seems to be Virtual Reality. For that reason T36 invests considerably in the world of 3D glasses and VR headsets. But there are still some restrictions on Virtual Reality. As applications become more affordable for viewers, for small groups the most VR presentations are unsuitable. The nowadays answer is a […]
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Alzheimer in Virtual Reality

Alzheimer’s is a disease with many aspects. To show viewers the essence of this gruelling process, we have produced a Virtual Reality video for Cicero. Viewers experience in three-dimensional space an evening with an Alzheimer’s patient. The scene is written as a typical situation that is increasingly difficult to manage, and wherein the support of experts is necessary. Producing a VR-video is a special job, and watching them only works with a special VR-headset. The perception of a virtual reality is like real-life, at least if all the details and sounds contribute to the credibility of the set. In this […]
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NewYork Times Video Explains

Arie Kruglanski¬†has contributed extensively to the theory of Cognitive Closure, and co-developed the Need for Closure Scale. Theories of closure have found application in numerous fields such as consumer behavior, business hiring and political research. Kruglanski has conducted extensive research on the psychology and motivations of terrorists, finding that de-radicalization is possible with a systematic process involving, which he calls the three N’s, “The Need, the Narrative and the Network.”

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Meditation above Iceland

09 / 11 / 2016
Meditation above Iceland

We’re pleased to share this beautiful meditative video. Use it as an anti-stress therapy, and enjoy the beautiful, surreal scenery passing by. The images were taken by Yannick Calonge with the DJI Phantom 4. And the beautiful music is Lisa Gerrard’s “In Exile”. T36 Media also works regularly with drones, though we do so preferably with experienced suppliers. This video deserves our warm recommendation.

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Trailer Filmfest Dresden

18 / 08 / 2016
Trailer Filmfest Dresden

This nice trailer announces a short-film festival in the German city of Dresden. The animation film was made by the Berlin producer Drushba Pankow, a team of two artists: Kardinar Alexandra and Volker Schlecht. The trailer video refers with iconic images to the film history. And even without the music it awakens immediate recognition of many classic shots. The animation sketches are made on scanned airmail envelopes, that were used by the participants to submit their video’s. We see a lot of stamps and seals in the background. The trailer concludes with the mention of the sponsors of the festival. […]
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Video about Crypto Currency

We absolutely enjoy well-made videos that communicate clearly. A good example is this explanation video about Bit-coins. In the near future Crypto-currency is going to play a major role in the transformation of our economy. And to get a little sense, this film is really illustrative for this process. Economist or not, after a few minutes everyone feels that this new method of payment could bring completely different dynamics. The animation itself is designed fairly sober. So we can keep our attention to the story as much as possible. The text is simple and clear. This video is already two […]
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Ironic Short-film

12 / 04 / 2016
Ironic Short-film

What a great story, this somewhat ironic macabre animation. Daniel Gray and Tom Brown told the story at the edge of distasteful about the man who obsessively puts his own teeth on the test. There is no music but we hear ingenious designed sound effects. And then there is this voice (and text). The voice of Richard E. Grant, known as the alcoholic in the film Withnail and I. The animation shows ‘Hautnah’ close-ups of teeth, lips, mouth, food, flies and other sticky details. And that will appear extremely functional in this carefully constructed five minutes. This short film won […]
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