Kid Sehenswert von Polyband

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1990-1994)


Visuals: On a black background, many yellow pixels fall, filling the screen. Black letters "K" and "d" are flying in and they start rotating and bouncing. After they form a text, "d" can be seen upside down rotating into a normal letter. Afterwards, a black letter "i" rises up in the right side with a pixelated trail effect and goes to "d", but soon rebounces. "I" goes to "K", but rebounces again and rotates. "I" quickly goes under the "d" and bumps it, causing the "d" to slightly rebounce and go to the right side, as "i" rises up in the center. A dot appears on the "i", and yellow pixels quickly rise up, leaving a yellow rectangle on a white background. Then, black text "SEHENSWERT VON" along with the PolyBand logo zooms in below and black pixels are falling down, almost filling the screen.

Technique: Analog computer animation.

Audio: A chime glissando, followed by weird computerized beeps with various synth sounds. A "boing" sound and a "pop" sound can be heard when "i" bumps "d" and dot appears on the "i", followed by another chime glissando. Afterwards, a strange, sustained drum and chain sound can be heard, ending with a cymbal crash.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

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