I produced and just published a German version of the original overview video for the Belle II experiment at KEK in Japan. It’s now featured on the German Belle II YouTube channel and the German Belle II website, which I also helped to set up.
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure to present the new ATLAS Visitor Centre at the Lepton Photon 2021 conference. It’s been great and fun to lead this project and to propose and develop at lot of new content together with great people within the ATLAS Collaboration, the CERN exhibitions team and the design company Point Prod in Geneva. And it’s great to finally see it come to conclusion and open up to the public once visitors are allowed at CERN again.
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.