Original title: Meydenbauer und Busch - Pioniere der Photogrammetrie
Explanatory animation for the museum in Wetzlar, Germany. The exhibition was dedicated to Albrecht Meydenbauer and the camera and lens maker, Emil Busch. Albrecht Meydenbauer was the first person to use the term "photogrammetry".
This animation was created as part of a student project at Leonardo da Vinci Campus, Nauen. I helped transforming the ideas and drawings of the students and their storyboard into the final animation.
Production year: 2021
Script and storyboard: Students Taner-Kerem Kurtbecer and Radmehr Ramezani
Voice over: Stephan Dierichs and Taner-Kerem, Radmehr Ramezani
Coordination and sound design: Andrej Tschitschil
Exhibition design / main title design of the animation: Holger Volk
Graphics and animation: Magda Tu.
parts of the storyboard + final shots