We can build you more than just a pretty picture....
Our past technical writing projects include User Guides
and Technical Manuals for a robotic camera and
radiological data telemetry system, a radiological area
surveying system, and a Windows Help System for power
plant operational data acquisition and display.
Professional Tools for Professional Results
Adobe Creative Suite - Production Premium
Still and Animated Computer Graphics
IMC Studios Computer Graphics include
still images and technical writing for print, video production,
large screen presentations and computer applications.
Image formats include Adobe Acrobat, Adobe
Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator supported file formats.
Technical writing is performed using a proven data gathering and
analysis technique and copy is delivered in Microsoft Word
format for long term maintenance.
We specialize in complex technology illustration and
technical writing, with award winning experience in nuclear
power operations and events analysis.
3D Graphics and Animation
The Angrodha attacks the Keep of Moonledge Peak.
"A Rionese Temple" - We Design and Create
Full 3D Environments
IMC Studios uses industry-standard tools to create stunning 16.8 million color (True Color)
animations that are just the thing when clients need imagery that will "stop them in their tracks"
or when subjects involve complex moving elements. The shortcuts to the right will give you in-depth
information about these tools.
We can deliver animation in several formats:
- individual Targa frames for use with the codec of your choice on PC formatted media
- compressed frames (.wmv, .rm,
- uncompressed frames (.avi)
- video tape (Mini-DV)
For Game Developers, we can provide progression-mapped frame series allowing freedom of motion in the XYZ axes.
We have experienced professional modelers on staff and support a wide range of third party, pre-built models.
Computer Animation Cost:
Rather than set a flat "per finished second" rate on our animation projects, we believe our clients are better
served by bidding the project. A flat rate would necessarily be set based on the most difficult jobs, which could
greatly overprice more simple projects. However, when estimating projects, keep in mind that the following parameters
can significantly affect the price of the project:
- Complexity and number of objects
- Number of moving parts in an assembly
- Number of elements moving simultaneously
- Hierarchical relationships between moving object (Forward and Inverse Kinematics supported)
- Compositing "live" and animated elements
- Duration of the scene