Author: Ashleigh Allsopp
Staff Writer at Digital Arts and Macworld. Ashleigh is also a book blogger, duck collector, Galaxy Defender and Potterhead (that’s a mad McFly and Harry Potter fan to you and me).
Daryl Goodrich, the filmmaker behind the London 2012 Olympic films that Ken Livingstone believes "won us the Olympics", has created 'Inside The Race', the centrepiece for the newly renovated Olympic Museum in Switzerland.
The 6-minute film, commissioned by Centre Screen Productions, is designed to be viewed on the museum's 180-degree screen. It uses captivating visuals and dramatic surround sound to portray the emotions experienced by the athletes participating in the Olympics, demonstrating the competitors' highs and lows, as well as the strength required - both mentally and physically - to succeed in the competition.
Use the slideshow controls above and right to find out how Daryl created the film, which can be viewed at the Olympic Museum in Switzerland. We'll share the video with you as soon as it becomes available, but you can see stills from the film in the following slides.