Franklin Institute Brain Exhibit
The Franklin Institute was planning a new exhibit on the brain. They needed a full 3-D preview of what the exhibit would look like and how it would operate. Joe Cashman was able to not only model the entire scene, but animate it as well so the client was afforded an opportunity to see the final exhibit before a shovel was used. At this level of completion, he could send the sxisting plans and animation to the fabricator and they could start construction on the attraction.
Initial sketches were provided for a basic layout of the exhibit. Then, Joe worked with the “Brain” experts there dissecting the exhibit and conceiving the final appearance and working details. Next, Joe did the modeling for the space and exhibit parts. He then added the animation and all the final special effects. The finished video give you exactly what you need to envision the final attraction.