Liverpool-based Uniform conjured a 3D fly-through that mixes music and rotoscoping to breathe life into the development of a derelict site.

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Fusing together an electric mix of 3D animation, visual-effects, CG and rotoscoping, Uniform has put the beat back into former EMI site Blyth Road for a development project for the Blackstone Group. 
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And, rather than present a boilerplate fly-through of the future development in 3D, Uniform added layers of rotoscoped actors and CG animation, inspired by the site’s music heritage, to breathe technicolour life into the project. 
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What’s more impressive is that the entire site exists only in architect’s plans and the imagination of the Uniform team. 
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“We knew we needed to show the transformation of the site in some way, but didn’t want to be as literal about it,” says Uniform’s managing director Nick Howe. 
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“We pitched the idea that we present the scheme as if it were complete, and somehow key into the musical heritage of the site to help us along the journey, then at the end of the film hit the viewer with the fact that the site was actually derelict.” 
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<h2>Excellent Music Integration</h2>
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