|Client||Dentsply/Degudent||Agency||Kinoblau||Creative directors||Carmen Geist||Claus Wolharn||Animation||Matt Morris||Naomi Morris||Georg Schneider||Thomas Mangold||Rigging||Matt Morris||Georg Schneider||Visiual effects||Nick Hatzichristos||Compositing||Patrick Busse||and data management|
|RED DOT||Design Award Winner 2013|
The 3D animation movie “Save the Ingots – use Crypton” promotes the advantages of a new material called crypton for the production of dental superstructures. Since the production thereof has previously involved difficult work for the dental technician in casting so-called ingots, the film features eponymous animated characters. Shown doing hard and risky work, the Ingots are saved by other characters representing the material of crypton. In a funny style, the movie promotes the advantages of working with this new and clean non-precious alloy.