Case Study: Wavefront


Sydney optometrist Stephen Mason, of Wavefront Biometric Technologies, has a brilliant idea – to use the eye as a unique PIN.

Wavefront needed two films to summarize their groundbreaking technology in a recent presentation.

With a whirlwind deadline of one week only, briefed on the friday and delivered the following friday, this is one of the films Muster, in collaboration with WeCollective's George Betsis, produced for them.

A short explainer film detailing how corneal maps, the eye's tear film and the iris, unique to each one of us, has the capacity to create millions of unique, one-time, allegedly unhackable PINS.

We enlisted local DOP Viv Scanu and Jim Frazier's amazing specialist lenses to create the incredibly close macro shots of eyes that were needed to illustrate the story.

We had an animator from Partizan in Paris working, during our night time, on the majority of the animated elements and a 3D animator in Sydney generating simple components as we edited, graded, recorded the voice over and sound mixed.

Wavefront is an incredibly exciting and revolutionary Australian start-up, and Muster is very proud and honoured to have been involved with its evolution.