Mr Wonderful and Northern Lights create virtual city for Robin Hood Foundation Benefit
on Wednesday,May 19,2010 18:05
Among the highlights of the recent Robin Hood Foundation Benefit Gala was the presentation of a virtual city that featured small-scale New York City buildings. This multimedia presentation was created by the Mr Wonderful design house and Northern Lights media boutique.
The two New York City-based firms teamed up on the design, animation and video editing required for the project. The gala was held at New York's Javits Center. The Robin Hood Foundation works to fight poverty in New York City by applying investment principles to charitable giving, helping families living in New York's poorer neighborhoods.
Northern Lights edits, designs and creates visual effects for commercials, TV shows, websites and movies. Its recent advertising campaigns include Continental Airlines, General Mills and US Bank. Inc. magazine put them on its Inc. 500 list as one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S.
Mr Wonderful is a graphics shop specializing in design, production and animation. Their more recent creations include the nightly opening for The Colbert Report on Comedy Central and the 2010 season launch of Indy Racing League coverage on the Versus network.
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