The Latest + Greatest from Video Services: December 2019

By Tim Bradley

Thank you to our clients and collaborators for another excellent few months of work! In recent news, we finished off the year with 33 awards for client work, including a recent Gold honor at the prestigious Hatch Awards. To see the full list of projects won, click here.

Our Latest Client Work

Hitachi Vantara – Vironova Transformation Award Winner

Enterprise business transformation case study video highlighting how Vironova uses Hitachi’s microscope to bring new medications to market quickly and safely thanks to electron microscopy. Co-creation with Hitachi helps Vironova create technology with automated analysis that allows them to provide recommendations so their customers can make faster, better decisions to ensure product quality and efficacy. The Swedish biotechnology company is able to enhance their infrastructure, optimize operations, and streamline and accelerate the development process of new biological drugs for the wider pharmaceutical industry.

BostonSight – SCLERAL Animated Explainer

BostonSight SCLERAL offers evidence-based lens designs that dramatically improve the quality of life of our patients. Our cutting-edge technology makes us the leading scleral lens source nationwide. With decades of experience, BostonSight has restored vision to thousands of patients around the world, dramatically improving their quality of life. From Dry Eye Disease to Keratoconus, BostonSight SCLERAL is the leading scleral lens source and trusted partner for optometrists across the country.

6K – Additive Manufacturing

Overview video for 6K’s Additive manufacturing service. By leveraging their patented technology, 6K uses the power of plasma to create any alloy for its customers. They begin with scrap metal, which is often left over from other projects. It is then turned into a highly uniform powder, which is sold to companies in the aerospace, medical, and industrial applications. The customer then uses this powder to create parts and prototypes of their own. The scrap metal from these parts can then be sold back to 6K, creating a sustainable ecosystem with virtually no wasted materials.