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Visual effects and creative studio Ntropic teams up with Toyota and production company Market Films to create “Reveal,” a 30-second spot for the Toyota Tundra.
Ntropic founder & creative director Nate Robinson receives a Special Recognition award in the Artistic and Technical Achievement category at the 2013 Flame Awards.
Ntropic’s Marco Brambilla newest 3D video installation, “Creation (Megaplex)” opens at the Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery in New York.
VFX house Ntropic partnered with Venice, CA-based Wild Plum on an integrated interactive campaign for Ford via Team Detroit.
The creative team at Ntropic, led by Founder/Creative Director Nate Robinson, has created visual effects for the all-new "Hawaii Five-0."
Digital effects company Ntropic is proud to have contributed post and effects services to the new documentary "MINE" now in select theaters nationwide and available via iTunes (www.itunes.com/movies/mine.)
Visual effects company Ntropic is excited to announce that Creative Director/VFX Supervisor Simon Mowbray has joined the company. Formerly the co-founder of Radium, Mowbray freelanced at Ntropic on projects for Sprint, Coinstar and Oracle before making it his official home.
Press Release from Ntropic
Los Angeles & San Francisco -- Summer is camping season and a high-risk time for wildfires, nine out of 10 of which are caused by human carelessness. With wildfire prevention in mind, DraftFCB tapped Director Jason Zada of Tool of North America and visual effects company Ntropic to create a new PSA called "Bonfire" on behalf of the Ad Council, the U.S. Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters.
Fresh off its VFX work for the feature UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS, Ntropic was commissioned by The Brooklyn Brothers to complete a comedic eight-spot campaign for kgb (Knowledge Generation Bureau), the world's largest provider of directory assistance and enhanced information services.
On the heels of opening a new 8,000-square-foot space in San Francisco last summer, VFX company Ntropic has opened a Los Angeles location to service its growing client base in the commercial, feature film and music video arenas. Designed to facilitate creative collaboration and equipped with the latest technology, the new space can handle visual effects projects of any size. Ntropic recently wrapped vfx work on THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, and worked with Len Wiseman on the third installment of UNDERWORLD, its first major film project out of the L.A. office.
With the fanfare of the Olympics over, a buzz still remains over the new Chevy DISAPPEAR spot, which was created by ad agency Campbell-Ewald and directed by Eric Saarinen of TWC. VFX company Ntropic was commissioned to create the complex and intensive vfx in the :60 spot.
Using time-lapse techniques, the spot showcases the evolution of a gas station over the years, culminating in the reveal of Chevy's electric Volt car in 2010.
To view DISAPPEAR, go to http://www.interdubs.com/r/ntropic/index.php?al=YU4RqY