Ringworld: Title Sequence
Film Production | Motion Graphic | Sound Design | Storyboard Design
A conceptual title sequence made for the tv series, Ringworld, an adaptation of Larry Niven's novel Ringworld.
"Ringworld, a co-production with MGM, is based on Niven’s science fiction book series from the 1970s and tells the story of Louis Gridley Wu, a bored man celebrating his 200th birthday in a technologically advanced, future Earth. Upon being offered one of the open positions on a voyage, he joins a young woman and two aliens to explore Ringworld, the remote artificial ring beyond 'Known Space.' The books cover their thrilling journey as they attempt to fulfill their original mission to uncover the mysteries of Ring."
From Nellie Andreeva
Some Clips from the Video
In this title sequence, I am using ribbons as a metaphor of the ringworld to show the multiplicity of this man-made world.
The multiplicity of the Ringworld.
"Take Christmas ribbon, an inch wide, the kind you use to wrap presents. Set a lighted candle on a bare floor. Take fifty feet of this ribbon, and string it in a circle with a candle at the center, balancing the ribbon on edge so that the inner side catches the candlelight. (Niven, 71)"
Here is the final title sequence:
Within limited time, I decided filming would be a safer and more efficient option instead of computer generated animation. Throughout the filming process, I was experimenting with different objects and environments.
Some Experimental Clips
Here are some clips from the early stage of this project.
3D Animation | Modeling
A short animation created with Maya.
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Motion Graphics | Advertisements | Product Animation
A short animation showcase the emergency response feature of the Life360 App: An ambulance is dispatched when the user’s car gets into an accident.
Combined with the google earth animation, this ad shows the story in which Alex gets to school and the parent gets notification through the Life360 app.
8 Features in 1
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Type in Motion: WORK
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