National Geographic argues a need for balance across the world population in the latest motion graphic video. As is usually the case with these, the video hits you with a lot of aggregate percentages and averages, but it’s well-produced and good enough to make you care.
Catch the photo slide show from Randy Olson, too.
[National Geographic via Kelso Cartography | Thanks, David]
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I wonder how many of us, 7 billion, know that are among 7 billion.
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That’s just (nicely) animated text. Not graphics.
What kind of software is used to create a video like this?
Nice video.. yeah, what tool was used to implement this video?
I’d say Adobe Illustrator for some of the graphics work and Adobe After Effects for the motion. By how standards go, that would be my guess.
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