What We Do
At The Bionic Group we have a dynamic and diversified team who are dedicated to supporting your project requirements.
Show off or explain the key features of your project over time with a detailed animation. We create animations that can show the detail of a construction sequence, logistics strategy, processes and client/public integration.
High End Visualisation
We work with architects and developers and help them to communicate their projects in a unique way. Our focus is bringing together architecture and art; producing images that evoke emotion and portray the un-built; the images we create are built around a foundation of lighting, colour, composition and camera angle.
Motion graphics are used to illustrate method statements, animate infographics and act as a powerful communication tool. At Bionics we produce motion graphics for corporate messaging and training videos; adding details to live video footage, and enhancing animations and CGI flythroughs.
Mobile & Desktop Apps
Applications are a great way to showcase information, they can be tailored to suit your requirements and audience. Applications are very versatile and can be created for mobile and tablets as well as computers and bespoke installations, for example virtual reality headsets or digital tables.
"We sent it to the client as soon as we got it - it was that good. They loved it and we've got the job. Loved what you did with the logo in the intro as well."Interserve
"Fantastic submission, thanks again and well done."Sir Robert Mcalpine
"Animation worked very well and they were impressed, (it) is hopefully a USP for us."VolkerFitzpatrick
"Very pleased with the quality of the animation and the speed of response to our requirements."Wates
"Thank you for your time and efforts in the preparation of the animation...I believe our presentation went down well with the interview team, including the animation."Balfour Beatty
"ten/ten, very creative intro. Client loved it."MACE
"Quality is always good."Galliford Try
"It is exactly what we wanted. The client liked it so much so that they asked if they could keep the model."Willmott Dixon