Visualizing Multiscale Catalysis
Movie animations have been widely used to transfer knowledge to a general audience. Therefore, we aim to produce readily available, free-to-use animations about the topics and research that tie MCEC together. Using our initial animation we will show the core principles behind the MCEC consortium, after which we will use input provided by MCEC PhD’s to produce subsequent ones. These animations will further explore the work performed by the MCEC consortium and how that work fits within the principles shown. Finally, these animations will be shown in outreach locations, such as film festivals and conferences.
Behind the scenes
In this video you will get to know the team behind this MCEC Demonstrator and learn more about the challenges they faced while producing the animation:
Want to use this animation video and/or stills?
Please note: MCEC has the right to show the final animation as is, without deleting elements or modifications. Under this use license MCEC is allowed to show the animation in presentations, social media and on their website as well as share it with third parties to use under the same license for an indefinite period of time and for an unlimited number of screenings.
Where applicable use the following reference: Animation: Studio Synopsis.
About the stills: MCEC has the right to show the illustrations in their original form and in full format, without modification, addition of elements, shortening/deleting elements or renewal. Under this use license MCEC is allowed to use the illustrations in presentations and reports for an indefinite period of time and for an unlimited amount of displays.
Where applicable use the following reference: Visuals: Studio Synopsis.
This means that you can freely use the content, given that the animation and stills are shown in their full format without any modifications and that Studio Synopsis is clearly attributed. The license above is leading.