Spectrecom has recently been beavering away on a new video marketing campaign on behalf of Queen Mary University of London.

That video marketing campaign is all about highlighting the word class research being carried out at QMUL by some of the pioneering academics who make said Russell Group institution the fantastic, forward-thinking place it is.

The first video from that campaign has just been released online. Entitled Good Vibrations – Harvesting Energy from Sound, it showcases a remarkable nanoscale device designed at Queen Mary which is capable of harnessing vibrations and converting them into electricity.

The device is the brainchild of Dr Steve Dunn, reader in nanoscale materials at QMUL, and his small team, and the video chronicles their story of how it was created and also their ambitions for its potential future uses.

Check out the video below; it’s just the opening salvo in the full six-part series.

Spectrecom is a market leader in student recruitment video marketing. Take a look at our student recruitment showreel to see some of the projects we’ve worked upon.

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