Moment Studios Concept

Started by winkio, February 07, 2014, 04:44:41 pm

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February 07, 2014, 04:44:41 pm Last Edit: February 07, 2014, 05:00:38 pm by winkio
Had a quick concept that I thought I'd get some feedback on.  Here is the basic idea:

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In a title screen or credits, there would be a jumble of pixels moving randomly, and then time would slow down and the logo would form, hold for a few seconds, and then time would speed back up.
So it's like a momentary snapshot of randomness.


That's a really cool idea. it would be rally cool if in the particle animations there was some indication to illustrate the Physics definition of Moment. ie. a trace line indicating each particles moment to some surface that cuts through the word when it forms?
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I like it. :) It's a really cool idea.


I also like the simplistic design. I only think that you should move the "Studios" up closer to "Moment", that's all.
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Kind of reminds me of the Playstation 2 start-up. (at least from what I imagine)

Sounds pretty good, nevertheless.

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I like it, and the description of the animation sounds pretty good too.
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I made a quick test for the animation.  The timing isn't quite right, and I might need to add more particles at some point, but at least the core concept is implemented.