Broadcast Animation

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, […]

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 […]

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

  (Stunt Junkies) In this never-before-attempted stunt, Luigi Cani will BASE jump off a cliff with a speed bike; however, instead of going down with the bike, with the help of a specially designed wing suit, he will fly up and away from the bike. Luigi is the only athlete known to date that has […]

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

(Stunt Junkies) TMBA is the New York animation studio that created the “physics behind the stunts” animations for Discovery Channels “Stunt Junkies” TV show. In this stunt Mike Metzger rides his motorcycle down a 100 foot barge- does a back flip off a 20 foot high ramp, flies 75 feet through the air and lands […]

Monday, July 5th, 2010

(Stunt Junkies) In this stunt Visa Parviainen jumps from a helicopter in a powered wing suit with two small turbojet jet engines attached to his boots. The turbojets provide the thrust needed to achieve horizontal flight. Visa hoped to reach speeds of approximately 120 mph and a flight distance of approximately 20 miles. On his […]

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

(Stunt Junkies) TMBA is the New York animation studio that created the “physics behind the stunts” animations for Discovery Channels “Stunt Junkies” TV show. In this stunt Bob Burnquist rolls down a on a custom built 40 ft. mega ramp roll-in, and then grinds on a 40 ft. rail that extended over the Grand Canyon. […]

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 […]