Production for Innovation


CAPS 2.0

Sino Group in Hong Kong has commissioned us to develop an explanative video for an innovative and sustainable bus stop. The product aims to create a clean environment for commuters. Together with the still images, the video is a key visual supporting the communication, on the website, on social media, and during events and conferences worldwide.



A composition of real-life footage, along with overlay motion graphics, visualize the inner working system of this innovative public infrastructure to the audience. The airflow is made of particles combined with tracked footage. This technique allowed our post-production team to give a natural look to the product while giving a clear understanding of the utility and benefits.

Project at glance


The pre-production lasts several weeks to elaborate the storyline, ensuring an easy-to-understand explanation of the product and how it works. The key challenge here was to make accessible a series of scientific facts and technological systems. We also developed the storyboard, selected performing talents, and visited the shooting site.

Framing massive surfaces


One of the filming particularities for the photography direction was the massive size of the 3 meters high structure and the shining aspect of the material. In addition, when lighting up the stage, the filming crew had to keep in mind the upcoming overlay graphics that will later be added.
Also, the filming happened at night, and the entire set was painted in black, emphasizing CAPS 2 with specific lighting.


For this explanative video, the narration starts with a series of main facts about pollution, then gives a reason why CAPS 2 exists and how it works, finishing with the advantages for the commuters, where this cleaning-air bus station has been settled. The goal is to popularise scientific facts and tech systems for the good of everyone.


Concept Development

The BBC StoryWorks had main creative leadership on the project, did the prep work, and commissioned Visual Suspect to execute their brief.
They also oversee the postproduction process.


Site Visits

It's all about getting familiar with the story and spaces, before the shooting day and production of this video.



Long shooting days with Film Director, Producer, and Visual Suspect Crew on location.


Film Editing

The very first play of this new piece. The hours of pre-production, production, and post-production finally on screen.



Polishing every details

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