To get the gaming world psyched for the release of its new motion-sensing controller PlayStation Move, electronics giant Sony teamed up with San Francisco-based creative studio TEAK to concept, produce and handle post-production on "Move", a three-minute film that premiered at the annual E3 video game conference this past June. The short combines original 3D modeling, live action and videogame footage to show how gamers of all ages can use the motion joystick to experience the console's immersive onscreen worlds. TEAK Creative Director/Director Greg Rowan came up with the original idea for "Move" and with the support of motion designers Frank Glinski and Josh Miller, crafted the concept from inception to completion.
Prod Company: TEAK Director: Greg Rowan EP: Greg Martinez Producer: Emily van Nierop Post/Effects: TEAK Concept Design: Joshua Miller, Frank Glinski 3D Animator: Joshua Miller Motion Graphics: Frank Glinski, Ken Ackerman, Brian Rulapaugh Post Supervisor / Smoke Artist: Mark Everson Editor: Danny Figueroa Smoke Asst.: Jeremy Huff EP: Jan Frei Producer: Emily van Nierop Mixer: DJ Crazevia adsoftheworld.com