Sound Motive animation in the news again
Another Sound-Motive animation for Oxford Space Systems features in the news.
The animation was originally produced for Oxford Space Systems to promote their "wrapped rib" deployable antenna.
Today it appeared in two BBC Science and Environment articles by Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent titled
"Novel 'wrapped rib' antenna will fly on satellite" and "UK 'knitted satellite' will see Earth day or night" A caption
underneath the animation stated 'This OSS video illustrates how the antenna would deploy in space'.
We are glad our work for OSS continues to show how their clever technology operates in its final environment.
You can see this video and other animations we produced for OSS here.
If you'd like to know how we can illustrate your technology why not contact us?