I was just made aware that my 2020 virtual tour of the
ATLAS Experiment filmed in 360° view has reached just above 30k views on YouTube.
Great to see that all the up and down in the cavern, spanning twelve levels and endless camera positions, apparently was worth the effort :)
For those of you that prefer a
German tour: here you go, I made one just for you as well. And if you like science videos (in German), also have a look at my German edit of the Belle II video. They both could still need a few more views 😜
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.
Here’s a little presentation video I made for the conference …
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 …
… you can find the full-resolution version, along with still vector images of the empty detector slice,
on the CERN Documents Server (CDS) now ( stills and animated GIFs are here).
Note: The detector slice is based on earlier work/versions by Rebecca Pitt and Joao Pequenao.