Broadcast Animations

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

(Quecreek Mine: July 24, 2002) Nine Pennsylvania miners were trapped in an underground chamber on Wednesday when they accidentally broke through into an adjacent abandoned mining shaft. The miners were excavating bituminous coal in the Quecreek mine. At the time of the accident they were a mile and a half from the mine entrance.The shaft […]

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 […]

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

TMBA is an animation studio in NYC that creates 3D Animation, Broadcast Animation and Motion Graphics for the top cable and network television productions. TMBA’s success lies in our commitment to producing the highest quality 3D animation for people like you–creative television producers looking to add a unique visual dynamic to their productions.TMBA has spent […]

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

On September 22, Amtrak’s eastbound Sunset Limited en route from Los Angeles to Miami, carrying 220 persons on board, roared across the Big Bayou Canot Bridge near Mobile, Alabama and derailed. Three locomotive units, the baggage and dormitory cars, and two of the six passenger cars were catapulted into the water.It was the worst train […]

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, […]

Thursday, October 15th, 2009
Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

TMBA was PSYCHED to be invited to create 3D animations for “EARTH: The Sequel” which aired on Discovery Channel. TMBA’s 3D animations explain the science behind some of the new ideas being developed to address our energy problems. These renewable energy sources include: ethanol, bio mass, biofuels, solar power, geothermal energy and wave power.TMBA’s 3D […]

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

“Water’s Journey,” is a documentary about a government agency committed to saving a national treasure–the Florida Everglades. A conservation effort of this magnitude is extremely complex. TMBA was asked to provide 3D animations that would clarify the scientific thinking behind their sometimes controversial methods.A more important goal, however, was to show the amazing, rare beauty […]

Sunday, November 18th, 2007

This subject garners so much attention on our web page we had to develop a separate reel. Something about the WWII planes, modern day tanks, stealth submarines….sucks us right in. You too?

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

“Countdown To Doomsday” is a harrowing, fascinating look at the Top 10 ways the world could end without warning. Producers of this SyFy Channel show knew the CGI would have to be mind blowing– so they invited TMBA onto the project. The thing most likely to explode on a show like this is the CGI […]