The original film, which immediately went viral, was a mix of live action and CGI. However, this time, the film is entirely digital.
The purpose of the film, is to showcase The Sharp Project, an office complex for creatives currently under development.
Mi used the architect’s actual digital plans to visualise the project before giving ahd168 a full makeover to bring the robot in line with today’s technology (2 years is, after all, a long time in the digital world).
Interestingly, Mi chose not to use motion capture data to animate the robot, using an animator instead to painstakingly animate every move.
The result is a 1 minute, 53 second-long film, which shows ahd168′s full rehabilitation into society. Check out the video above, and then visit Mi’s website for more great work.