3D Printed Stop-Motion Video

3D printing in the opening sequence for Holland’s oldest youth television show.

3D printing is continuing to go mainstream; it’s now part of a youth show in the Netherlands. I think the fact that 3D printing is being used as part of the process of making the show and not just mentioned during the show as a curiosity shows how much it becoming integrated into culture.

Stop motion title sequence for Dutch science show “Het Klokhuis” (The Apple Core). It is Hollands oldest youth television show, covering everything from the history of dinosaurs to how an iPhone is made.

This was commissioned by advertising agency Kesselskramer, produced at Nexus Productions, and was made in collaboration with model maker / sculptor Jethro Haynes. The apples and core models were built using 3D printing technology in order to maintain the logo shape.

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