Every year Nobel laureates meet with scientists, students and young talents from all over the world to discuss their latest findings and inspire each other. This event has been around since the 1950s and is held in the beautiful city of Lindau.
Knowledge that changes the world
It is unbelievable what concentrated knowledge gathers there and how diverse the topics are. These important events change and shape our lives. Something like this needs strong images that visualize the importance, the history and the future of science and research..
Strong ideas need strong images
In the first film, original newspaper articles and photos are brought to life with the help of 3D technology. They tell the impressive and eventful past of the research. Camera movements now in three-dimensional images, underpinned by original sound recordings give the viewer an impressive and vivid image.
Into the future of research!
In the second film, we move through the laboratories of bygone times with skillfully filmed footage. Here, too, contemporary witnesses talk about their work integrated into the space. We fly on until we move through ultra-modern facilities. Animated typography, perfectly positioned in space, show the viewer additional content. Unagitated and informative.
Welcome to Lindau
In the third and last film we go to Lindau, directly to the famous Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. A meeting not only among scientists, but between generations and cultures. Here the film also uses more explanatory graphic animations, which are harmoniously integrated into the film.
Over 40 explanatory films!
Together with scientists, we have been developing Weltenwandler for almost ten years now via explanatory films on all kinds of topics. In the meantime, there are over 40 explanatory films! They were and are exciting and educational projects for our team. We always implement the animated films with the premise:
Explain complex relationships in a simple, clear and understandable way with animated films.