Artlab Motion produces audiovisual communication and e-learning for health-oriented companies and organisations.
We also design easy-to-understand animations for research institutes and groups when there’s a need to communicate your research findings to the wider public.
If you’re interested in our services, feel free to contact producer Anttoni Palm via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), phone (+358 44-3331747), WhatsApp, SMS, Telegram, Messenger or whatever method suits you best.
Laboratory of Neurotherapeutics
Laboratory of Neurotherapeutics is investigating the use of EEG in customising rapid-acting antidepressant treatments. They needed an easy way to present their research hypothesis for other researchers and the wider public.
We helped to structure the most relevant information and summarized it in a two-minute animation script. The visualisations were designed in close collaboration with the research team and were based on real research data.
Skhole Business Model
Skhole is a company providing online education to health care professionals. They needed an animation to demonstrate their business model and future aspirations to potential funders.
We aimed for a visually pleasing yet simple presentation. In explaining the core of the solution and the modularity of Skhole’s teaching structure we used visual metaphors found in the universe both in micro and macro scale.
The Burning Stories research team in Aalto University needed to explain their concept to their target audience: people who had visited the Burning Man festival.
We wrote the script in close collaboration with the research team. It was deemed important to communicate how the research would give back to the community and what was the value of the research to the participants themselves. After the script was finished, we designed the visualisations and music with the Burner culture in mind.
Skhole is a company providing online education to health care professionals. They needed to demonstrate the benefits of their Learning Management System and the extent of available content to their customers.
Our main goal was to to communicate the fact that Skhole’s system is not time-and-location-bound. We used the train travel metaphor to evoke a feeling of freedom to study anywhere