We're incredibly proud and excited to have been appointed as part of the University of Nottingham's creative design roster.
Computer-generated imagery, or CGI for short, is the process of creating still or animated images using imaging software rather than a camera. CGI allows us to create high-quality, realistic imagery of something that doesn’t exist in the real world or easily construct digital images of things that do exist in a more cost-effective way.
A prestigious Russell Group University with campuses in the UK, Malaysia and China, the University of Nottingham was founded on a compelling vision that education can transform people’s lives, has great social and economic value and should be accessible to everyone who can benefit from it.
Lead designer, Carrie said:
“The University of Nottingham is such a prestigious and important University… and we’re absolutely thrilled to be working with them. From inventing the MRI scanner to cloning Dolly the sheep, they really are one of the most innovative and exciting clients we could hope for!”
This exciting new partnership further builds on Fluid’s experience working with Higher Education institutes, with the University of Derby also a long-standing and valued client.