First zero gravity idents released by National Geographic Channel
By Staff, campaignlive.co.uk, Tuesday, 02 December 2008 10:30AM
LONDON - Brothers and Sisters today released the world's first channel idents filmed in zero gravity, for the National Geographic Channel.
The short films were commissioned to celebrate the channel's upcoming Space Week.
The ad was made by 14 people performing a range of experiments whilst inside a G-Force One airplane.
Each time zero gravity was achieved on the plane, the crew began performing.
One ident shows a collection of pool balls being hit by the cue ball, whilst another shows the crew bursting a balloon filled with water.
Each of the 13 idents also includes the National Geographic's iconic yellow border, which floats weightlessly around the ship.
Zero gravity idents
National Geographic Channel
Create a set of idents in zero gravity to celebrate the channel's Space Week
brothers and sisters
brothers and sisters/Serious Pictures
Tracy Macassey and Ben Croker
National Geographic Channels worldwide (except US).
This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk
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