Our launch film for Google Science Fair was a truly international undertaking, shot around the world to reflect the global nature of the competition.
It uses examples of famous scientists and engineers who made breakthroughs at an early age to inspire young people to explore their scientific passion and get involved.
Upbeat and optimistic, it celebrates scientific innovation and the positive impact young scientists can have on the future.
With special thanks to: Ebenezer School & Home for the Visually Impaired, HK; The Hong Kong University, HK; Dialogue in the Dark, HK; Galas Club, HK; RNIB, UK
We created a short animated film to lead possible entrants through the submission process. Using simple motion graphics, the video provides advice and guidance on how to enter a project into the competition.
We also made films for each of the finalists, including Sakhiwe and Bonkhe from Swaziland, who won the Scientific American Science in Action Award. Each of the videos were shot on location to give a bit of flavour to the entrants' backgrounds.