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Infographics for The Foundation of Contemporary History

18 December 2010 year

The multimedia package, «A History of Russia: Era of Change» is a data portal, textbook and CD-ROM on the history of Russia between 1985-1999 for historians, political scientists, experts and students. In just 2 minutes, the infographic reel covers all the features of the package, which is due to come out in March 2011.

All five principles of video infographics were employed during the creation of the reel.

Svetlana Popova, Research Project Coordinator, Candidate of Political Science, The Foundation of Contemporary History:

«My impressions are most positive. In all honesty, I even envious of your team (in a good way!), as I have never met such consummate professionals before. As far as their work was concerned, I was particularly happy with the way they were able to provide the best of both worlds, combining creativity, flexibility and informality on the one hand with absolute reliability and the accuracy of a Swiss watch on the other. We also highly appreciated your candour when giving us information. Being able to know exactly what was happening at any given moment during what was an important project for us was very highly valued indeed».

We are also grateful for your collaboration with REDLAB, developers of the multimedia package, «A History of Russia: Era of Change».

Our production team:

Design — Nikolay Tolokonnikov
3D graphics — Nikolay Tolokonnikov, Konstantin Biryukov, Anton Aryasov
Production director — Aleksandr Grigoryants
Project manager — Katerina Miroshnikova

Download movie: zip (mpg, 12 mb)

Embed:

<iframe src='http://eng.mercator.ru/base/video/1175.mp4' width='400' height='300' frameborder='0' scrolling='auto' ></iframe>

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