D-Day 360 is a PBS television program created by Windfall Films. Our role was to craft an array of graphical historical recreations of the harrowing but heroic D-Day experience. These graphics were unusual combinations of 2D (the soldiers) and 3D elements (bullets, barbed wire, beach obstacles, machine guns) as well as atmospheres, dust, fire and vapour. We also created an array of "image morphs" from different poses with the series of soldier photographs. If you look closely you'll see what appears to be super slow motion footage, but is actually morphs of still photographs.