We pride ourselves in making the creative vision of our clients become a reality. We specialize in Creative Direction & Development, Explainer Video Production, Animation Production, and Interactive Media Development. From concept to production, our talented and versatile team focuses on client satisfaction as our top priority. Talk to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
AIM is proud to be awarded by Hong Kong ICT Best Digital Entertainment Awards 2016 with special mention in Character Design.
Our artists are capable of producing high quality character, environment and prop concepts, bringing your idea to visualization.
Bongo, the banana head chimpanzee, has imagination so wild that goes beyond any primates. Imaginative and incredibly funny, Bongo brings a smile to everyone! This cartoon intellectual property is developed in 2010, a spin-off from the “The Primitives” animation series. Bongo Facebook Fan Page has reached over 900,000 fans and the number is growing rapidly each month. This intellectual property is currently open for licensing. (Visit Bongo Facebook Fan Page and Bongo Website)
Billy, a kid of age 5, explores the world of creativity with Jimble, his best friend, a scribbly sponge-like character created out of pencil and paper. Together they enter a voyage of discovery and overcome challenges encounter during the adventure. All they need is a little imagination!
AIM is proud to be selected as one of the 5 Hong Kong animation studios that are granted the 2nd Animation Support Program fund (Tier 2) organized by HKDEA and sponsored by CreateHK. Stars Avenue received Best Animation Bronze Award in the 9th HK Mobile Film Festival, and Best Digital Entertainment Special Mention in Character Design Award by HK ICT Awards 2016.
Danny and Angelina are destined to unwind a spell being placed on the King of Shasam, a king from an ancient world. The King was turned into a magic book. The children have to travel through time and space to bring back items that belong to the King in order to break the spell. “The Magic Book” was one of the three submissions shortlisted from over 100 contestants of the Singapore’s Asia Animation Superpitch
Our team has years of experience in the animation field, and has the expertise to produce quality broadcasting & web animation, from concept design, script writing, animation, special visual and sound effects, to music composition.
Supermarkets or Superwasters? Collaborating with Friends of the Earth (HK), this on-line explainer 2D animation was produced to create public awareness on tons of food being thrown away by supermarkets. This explainer video delivers the message in a fun and humourous way.
This chic in-room infotainment video guide provides guests with useful information on hotel and room facilities. This friendly 3D character uses a fun way to do the introduction. This video is composited of 3D character animation, live video footage and still photography. These elements are seamlessly integrated to produce this lively video.
Suntop is a famous and popular non-carbonated soft drink brand mainly being distributed in the Middle East and the Nordic region. Suntop has been known for over 25 years. Mr. Suntop, a 3D character mascot, is the icon for Suntop’s advertising and promotional campaigns. We produce animation for TV commercials, print materials and on-line contents for the Suntop beverage brand.
This is an animated comedy series about a bunch of primates living on an island far away from human civilization. This 2D cell-drawn animation series contains 52 2-minute episodes. The story is fun and hilarious, and is suitable for the whole family. It only takes 2 minutes to make your day a better one! (Visit The Primitives website)
Suncola is a non-carbonated soft drink brand produced by the same makers of the Suntop fruit juice. Mr. Suncola and Bob Bubbles are always at odds with each other. In this 3D animation, Bob Bubbles tries to excel Mr. Suncola, but fails because he feels dizzy after drinking his favourite carbonated soft drink.
This project was produced entirely using retouched photos masked out from Photoshop. The images were later imported into After Effects for animation in 3D space. Subtle effects were finally added in order to spice up the mood of the video.
"Gee Dor-Dor Space adventure cartoon movie" is a 24 minutes animated movie produced for The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). The story brings positive value to children through animated characters led by Gee-Dor-Dor the flying rabbit who always upholds fairness and righteousness.
This is a raw-toon-drawing-styled web explainer video introducing changes made to the Hong Kong’s MPF scheme. We produced this animation from concept development, script writing, storyboarding, Flash animation and audio implementation within a tight budget and timeframe.
We push boundaries of storytelling for brands and institutions across digital channels – web and mobile – empowering audiences to connect and share.
We produced DVD and E-book animations, programmed interactive E-book, games, painting and drawing applications for Android tablet platform.
An iOS and Android based Banana Head Bongo comic app launched in March 2015. The app features an easy to read comic browser with weekly comic updates for all Banana Head Bongo fans. Now available on App store and Google play!
IQKanji is an entertaining iPhone puzzle game challenging players to guess the Kanji character from its corresponding Kanji pattern within a time period. The players can post their scores on their Facebook wall. We programmed the mobile application and assist the client in submitting the app to App Store.
Suncola.com is a web marketing campaign for the Suncola beverage brand. We participated in the creative development process, created all graphics, animations and developed three on-line Flash games for this campaign. The players’ scores are recorded and their ranks can be seen on the score board.
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We are situated at the heart of Asia, Hong Kong.
Abacus In Motion Company Limited
Unit 11, 7/F, Tower B, Southmark, 11 Yip Hing Street
Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong.