I recently finally finished editing a shorter version of a 360° virtual tour to the ATLAS experiment in German (well, Berlin-German), which you can find on my YouTube channel.
The English versions, both the full tour and the short version, are still available on the ATLAS YouTube channel.
In addition to new animated logos for video productions of the ATLAS Collaboration, I have been working on a revised, 1080p version of the animated ATLAS detector slice, showing the interaction of different particles inside the ATLAS detector.
Here’s a low-resolution preview …
Note: The detector slice is based on earlier work/versions by Rebecca Pitt and Joao Pequenao.
In addition to working on my video-editing skills in Final Cut Pro X recently, I have also spent some time looking into Motion by Apple to design a few drafts for new animated logos for the ATLAS Collaboration.
We’ve already used a first draft for one of the animations in our recent summary of the ATLAS ICHEP 2020 highlights and I am still working a few more ideas.
We have asked some of our conference speakers, presenting some of the physics highlights of ATLAS during the conference to answer a few questions about their talk and the featured results and put together five video clips to be featured on the ATLAS Facebook page and in shorter teasers on the ATLAS Twitter channel.