Storyboarding and Conception

Character Design



The process of world exploration was strengthened visually through two distinct camera styles.
The first three scenes are told from the “Child’s Perspective”: handheld camera, 
lower point-of-view, slight telephoto lens, less depth-of-field and stronger colours. 
The kid also always heads towards the camera. 

As soon as the child is equipped to explore the universe with the XPLORA and runs to his friends in scene six, the viewpoint changes into the “Parents’ Perspective”. 

This means calmer movements, higher point-of-view, wide-angle lens and less saturation. 
The child now moves away from the camera and into the world. 

The light is constantly bright and friendly with soft nuance and shadows. 

The Worlds of Xplora
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