Case Studies

Some Examples of Work

MRMC’s range of robotic systems and solutions are used by companies all over the world, with installations in nearly every continent. From motion control robotics, volumetric capture and broadcast solutions to automated product photography, our image capture solutions are at the cutting edge of robotics development. Below are just some of the client’s we’ve worked with and the systems they have implemented. Case studies categories include:

MRMC’s range of robotic systems and solutions are used by companies all over the world, with installations in nearly every continent.

BOLT HIGH-SPEED CINEBOT RANGE Q&A

n this visually stunning piece, the Bolt X, Bolt Jr+, and Bolt execute a complex series of precisely timed moves that demonstrate each rig’s key features and give a visual comparison of the three systems side-by-side. With such a complex brief to show in a 90-second video the speed, precision and range of movements that each member of the Bolt Cinebot™ family is capable of, while concisely communicating the technical specs of each robot was not a simple one. With this in mind, we turned to one of Europe’s leading motion control and VFX experts, Julian Hermannsen.

MILO CAPTURES MERCEDES' NEW CLS: CASE STUDY

Where premium car brands are concerned every visual detail is vital. The vision for Mercedes’ new car commercial promoting the release of its latest CLS model was no different, with an extremely technical brief, the production company Tempomedia brought in the incredibly talented motion control experts at Mastermoves to help realise the car company’s creative vision. Using motion control, the brief was to capture an emotional journey, celebrating the aesthetic design of the new Mercedes CLS model.

NASA’S APOLLO 1 TRIBUTE & MILO RIG: CASE STUDY

Is it possible to start wide on a zoom, dolly the camera diagonally about 50 foot, while seamlessly pushing in tight on the lens, to land perfectly square on a target about 12 x 14 inches and hold still on it for 15 seconds, then boom up & around a column about 12 feet? And the camera needs to be on its side the whole time!’ The answer – ‘You can with a Milo rig’

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