00:00
NewerOlder

Sony: Move

To get the gaming world psyched for the release of its new motion-sensing controller PlayStation Move, electronics giant Sony teamed up with San Francisco-based creative studio TEAK to concept, produce and handle post-production on "Move", a three-minute film that premiered at the annual E3 video game conference this past June. The short combines original 3D modeling, live action and videogame footage to show how gamers of all ages can use the motion joystick to experience the console's immersive onscreen worlds. TEAK Creative Director/Director Greg Rowan came up with the original idea for "Move" and with the support of motion designers Frank Glinski and Josh Miller, crafted the concept from inception to completion.

Prod Company: TEAK
Director: Greg Rowan
EP: Greg Martinez
Producer: Emily van Nierop
Post/Effects: TEAK
Concept Design: Joshua Miller, Frank Glinski
3D Animator: Joshua Miller
Motion Graphics: Frank Glinski, Ken Ackerman, Brian Rulapaugh
Post Supervisor / Smoke Artist: Mark Everson
Editor: Danny Figueroa
Smoke Asst.: Jeremy Huff
EP: Jan Frei
Producer: Emily van Nierop
Mixer: DJ Craze

Related videos by Shutterstock

17 comments

Guest's picture
Guest

i want that!

tytpol's picture
tytpol
776 pencils

me too!

AssassinX's picture
AssassinX
1329 pencils

Haha me too!

Guest's picture
Guest

Me too!!!

Guest's picture
Guest

Kinetic its much better

Pombooie's picture
Pombooie
407 pencils

I'd rather be holding a replica. Putting your arms out in front of you is like, well, it's like being 8 years old again. Purile!

Guest's picture
Guest

"This Changes Everything"

Did they really use that line? Wait.. let me think.. I heard that before, somewhere, like a gazillion times in the last few months ..hmm.
Someone needs to fire that copywriter :)

Plus this doesn't really convince me of being the next awesome thing in gaming.
Especially since most people have already realized their Wii isn't that amazing and have placed it in a dark forgotten corner covered by a thick layer of dust.

sirvan's picture
sirvan
29870 pencils

Agree. Copy essentially ignores the Wii. Which has been out for years.

+++

"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

Jaap Grolleman's picture
Jaap Grolleman
7004 pencils

Controller looks like some dildo...

feitio's picture
feitio
9 pencils

Are we here to talk about Move and Kinect or to talk about the ad?

Nothing special. Simply shows what the controller does. I think it works better as a presentation for conferences like E3, than a commercial ad.

miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
3097 pencils

yep, agree. This is conference presentation spot. I don't know. I'm not very much into that kind of advertising, though I can imagine that it may sell product. Okay sell – not to create brand actually. I don't play games (btw - graphics are still so cheesy? – terrible), so maybe it's not my piece of cake, but this spot is 100% not creative, and only purpose of it being here is probably want to advertise it among always-playing creatives.

Guest's picture
Guest

me too

Temple's picture
Temple
9621 pencils

Beyond being a demo (and not a very inspiring one) there's no creative merit in here. I guess it's summer time for AOTW.

Sushi lover's picture
Sushi lover
905 pencils

nothing special, it reminds me Wii instead.

Dream needs to be big!

kalpesh78's picture
kalpesh78
2580 pencils

jackmancer... the controller was designed by a woman. and yes it also doubles up as a dildo. Hope they gave it the 'vibrator' in there..

ideas....30 minutes nahi toh free.

krautland's picture
krautland
3225 pencils

nobody will get "psyched" (what hack wrote that blurb, an assistant account executive twit?) about a lame-ass video like that.

hero china's picture
hero china
99 pencils

good~~~~~~

Post new comment

Thank you for commenting. Please do not spam, be elaborate, respectful and helpful.
Log in or register to post comments