“The idea was to project directly onto the body of Concorde as well as the area around the plane, to celebrate Concorde’s history and its huge technological significance,” explains Jackson. “Divided into six stages, from fuselage projection telling the story of how Concorde was designed, to an interactive experience revealing the technical intricacies of the engine, our team worked on several elements simultaneously, while audio bites from engineers, pilots and stewards, who were lucky enough to work and fly with Concorde, helped bring this triumph of modern engineering to life.”
The team used disguise Designer to pre-visualise the content in 3D. “To be able to show clients a quality visual representation of the final project in situ, and make tweaks that are immediately reflected in the pre-vis, has positively transformed our production process. From a content creation perspective, using 3D models off-site we can reproduce shadows and ambient light conditions. This then acts as a guide for our studio on how best to utilise the canvas and consider colour grading” says Jackson.