3D Animation

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Obtaining financing is one of the biggest challenges facing television producers today. Many options for financing production have disappeared, as investors became more risk averse and government incentives are few. International pre-sales, which were more prevalent in the feature film industry, are an option for television series or shows as well. However, the estimated return […]

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

When I was a kid of about 12, I went through a Venus Flytrap phase. These awesome, incredible plants held endless fascination for a kid like me, who loves nothing more than to figure out how something works. Funny thing about the Flytrap is that scientists are still not entirely sure how the cells within […]

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

As you have heard, Hurricane Sandy swept through my hometown this past Monday night. My family and I live in the highest point of Manhattan, a neighborhood called Washington Heights. We survived relatively unscathed. There was no flooding here. Despite being right on the river, we are hundreds of feet above it, our buildings built […]

Monday, February 28th, 2011

City of Lubaantun Lubaatun is the ruined city from the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization. The city is located in southern Belize, Central America. Lubaantun is 26 miles northwest from Punta Gorda, in the Belize District of Toldeo, and is 2 miles from the village of San Pedro, Columbia. The city sits 200 feet above sea level, […]

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

3D animation is useful for video productions, marketing presentations, or as a visual aid, especially when viewer attention and retention is important. This kind of 3D animation is also used widely in museums, product demonstrations, commercials and re-creations of events for use in courtroom trials. Limited only by the imagination of producers, 3D broadcast animations […]

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

TMBA is a New York City Animation Studio. We create 3D medical animation, anatomical animation, pharmaceutical and bio medical animations. Contact us to receive a free copy our our medical animation reel and a free report. Call (212) 789-9077 Read More: Medical Animation Studio

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Labyrinth of Egypt- This is a fascinating 3D journey through an underground labyrinth, with accurate 3D details and eerie torch lights to set the mood.   Viewers travel beyond seeing to experiencing, as our camera  travels past stunning hieroglyphics, statuary and ancient treasures to lead us into the inner tomb. TMBA artists had only old […]

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

A couple are viciously attacked, and one person survives. She identifies the killer but later retracts her statement, so the investigators rely on DNA found on an unlikely source to solve the crime. TMBA was asked to recreate this crime scene for tru TV’s television program “Forensic Files”.Relying on expert testimony, blood spatter analysis, and […]

Monday, May 24th, 2010

For the past several years we have been working with the producers of truTV’s long running series- “Forensic Files”. Many of these animations illustrate important forensic details that are the key to understanding these grizzly homicide investigations. For the story “Step by Step” we worked with photographs and police sketches to recreate the stairs and […]

Saturday, April 10th, 2010

“Apollo 13: The Real Story” aired this past weekend on Dateline NBC. The saga is one of the greatest in NASA history. In just over a week TMBA assessed their needs, formulated a plan and delivered several gorgeous 3D renderings of this famous spacecraft, complete with meaningful camera moves and lighting to highlight specific details […]

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

The show “2012: Startling New Secrets,” explores theories surrounding the ancient Mayan calendar–which ends in the year 2012. Imagine sitting in on the pre-production meeting for this show and hearing about raging fireballs and a virtual tour of an ancient Egyptian labyrinth…Did we mention this was television? TMBA is known for creating cinematic yet, scalable, […]