We would like to create a video with 3D animation showing how our liquid metal circuits can replace a rigid circuit board with a super stretchy material that can be embedded into a thin glove, shirt, elbow sleeve, etc. We'd like to show an exploded view of circuit/sensor with the typical "engineering diagram" aesthetic (like in the attachment) pointing out key components and capabilities. Then we would like to animate it “going into” a garment and convey that there is useful data now streaming out of the clothing. Perhaps after the circuit is embedded, we zoom out and see that this garment was being worn by a person and they are performing an action and it is emphasized that the material is still extremely thin and pliable.
I have attached some imagery. We make stretchable liquid metal circuits that are used in VR gloves and other wearable technologies. This is sci-fi stuff, there’s never been a fluid circuit like this and it has all kinds of crazy applications. One of the main things it can do is it works as a way to digitize 3D body movement similar to motion capture, but without the need for cameras or accelerometers. So now you can have a sports science lab that can be worn on every player on the team all at once and each one is sending full body 3D motion data that can be used for analytics and performance enhancement, injury avoidance, etc.