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For most folks, the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is enough. Shopping, wrapping gifts, filling out card, baking and decorated take up plenty of time, so normal folks try to avoid extra work. Not the men and women at The Media Center! Nope, they looked around and said to themselves, “Why not go ahead and move the company to a new building while were at it?”
And that's just what they did!
Pre-visualization is the use of computer animation to visualize something before it actually exists. Often it's used with architecture like the example presented here. This animation was developed as part of a fund raising video for the West Virginia Sports Museum and Hall of Fame, so we needed to go beyond just creating a true-to-life representation of the final building. We needed imagery that would fire the imagination and get people excited!
Charleston, WV – That real Christmas Tree you are or have already decorated could very well have been grown right here in West Virginia. The Christmas Tree industry has grown rapidly in recent years becoming one of the leading specialty agricultural crops in the state.
The United Mine Workers of America released their findings on Tuesday after an investigation of the Upper Big Branch mine explosion last year in Raleigh County.
The Media Center provides coverage at the New River Gorge Bridge for WV Bridge Day 2011.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – On Thursday, October 13, 2011 West Virginia small business owners and business leaders from Charleston, Wheeling, Beckley, Winfield and other areas of the state met with representatives from local and statewide business groups to address how the HIT will slow the economic recovery and the importance of repealing the tax before it siphons billions of dollars from the small business community.
The Media Center live via satellite from Charles Town Races with the legendary Sam Huff talking about this Saturday's WV Breeders Classic Horse races.
Morgantown, W.Va. – Due to the state's key position in the Marcellus and Utica Shale formations, West Virginia’s Oil and Natural Gas industry continues to flourish. Top companies in the industry have continuing operations and headquarters in the Mountain State, with several key decision-makers calling the Mountain State their home. Those key decision-makers in the industry are attending the 1st annual West Virginia Oil and Gas Expo.