SPOV TRANSFORMS THE CINEMATICS LANDSCAPE.

Date 05/08/2009

London based cinematics outfit Spov.tv, best known for their ground breaking work on the Call of Duty series, are proud to announce the completion of a package of animated sequences for US-based games developer Luxoflux for the critically acclaimed latest release of Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen.

Using a multitude of motion graphic interface sequences, typographic animation, compositing wizardry and 3D animation, Spov produced two long form campaign intro sequences along with a number of inter level cinematics for both the Autobot and Decepticon factions in the game.

"We enjoyed an extremely close and co-operative relationship with both Activision and Luxoflux on Revenge of the Fallen," said Spov Managing Director Allen Leitch. "Working with such enthusiastic and forward thinking clients makes our job a great deal easier. From the very first previews we saw for the game we new we were fortunate to be involved in something special."

Luxoflux were equallyeffusive regarding the working relationship: "Spov were great to work with– fast, reliable and flexible. They brought great ideas and their communication was top-notch. This made it very easy to iterate with them toward a goal that wasn’t always easy for us to describe given the far-flung sci-fi concepts of our latest title. Their output was a huge plus for our game’s presentation and they made the process fun. I would definitely work with them again".

Spov produced the sequences from initial storyboards to final HD delivery.

For further information please contact Allen Leitch at Spov

allen@spov.tv

www.spov.tv


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