Lost In Time 
Brand, Graphics & Visual Design

The TV show “Lost in Time” aired on TV Norge March 25th 2017. The Norwegian company behind Lost In Time, The Future Group, is a leading company in the world of interactive mixed reality technology. One of the founders of The Future Group, Bård Anders Kasin has contributed to some of the most spectacular and innovative technology in Hollywood. Early in the process of creating Lost in Time, Björn Myreze was invited to present av brief for the founders of The Future Group. They were so impressed with Myreze and their first pitch for the opener of Lost In Time, that they wanted Myreze to contribute to the whole brand of Lost In Time and also collaborate on several other cutting edge projects. This has been the start of the most exciting journey in the Myreze history so far.

What is Lost in Time?

Lost In Time is a Norwegian game show that uses interactive mixed reality technology based on the Unreal Engine 4 game engine, combined with a customized green screen studio to transport contestants to different landscapes scattered across time and space.

What is Lost In Time?

The TV show “Lost in Time” aired on TV Norge March 25th 2017. The Norwegian company behind Lost In Time, The Future Group, is a leading company in the world of interactive mixed reality technology. One of the founders of The Future Group, Bård Anders Kasin has contributed to some of the most spectacular and innovative technology in Hollywood.

Early in the process of creating Lost in Time, Björn Myreze was invited to present av brief for the founders of The Future Group. They were so impressed with Myreze and their first pitch for the opener of Lost In Time, that they wanted Myreze to contribute to the whole brand of Lost In Time and also collaborate on several other cutting edge projects. This has been the start of the most exciting journey in the Myreze history so far.

Title Opener

The idea behind the opener is that the dragonfly represents “Eve”, the female voiceover for the show.

In this opener, she introduces different worlds to the viewers. Along the way we realize this is not just any ordinary dragonfly, as it suddenly transforms into a mechanical one, as well as discovering that the worlds within Lost in Time too are mechanical and built from cogwheels.


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Storyboard

The storyboard was initially meant to set the direction for the title opener, but ended up also establishing the conceptual and visual direction for the entire production. From the logo and brand, to the 6 available worlds and time machine mechanics that bind the universe together.

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Concept Art

The dragonfly that represents “Eve”, the female voiceover for the introduces viewers to the various worlds. The visuals displayed here show the process of creating this dragonfly as well as concept art for the ideas of the different worlds.

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Homebase Studio

The homebase is the studio in which the host will meet up with the contestants between each challenge. The homebase gives the viewer the feeling of Homebase being placed within the center of all the worlds, with large windows giving the viewers an outlook into the surrounding worlds.

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The Worlds

The Lost in Time universe is divided into six worlds. These worlds were designed for the opener with a large focus on detail. As the cogwheels are what keeps the Lost in Time universe functioning, the cogwheels are present on every slice. When you bring them together and connect them with the homebase in the center, the worlds come alive.

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Transit

The transit is the tunnel between the Homebase and the worlds where the contestants compete.

What is Lost In Time?

The TV show “Lost in Time” aired on TV Norge March 25th 2017. The Norwegian company behind Lost In Time, The Future Group, is a leading company in the world of interactive mixed reality technology. One of the founders of The Future Group, Bård Anders Kasin has contributed to some of the most spectacular and innovative technology in Hollywood.

Early in the process of creating Lost in Time, Björn Myreze was invited to present av brief for the founders of The Future Group. They were so impressed with Myreze and their first pitch for the opener of Lost In Time, that they wanted Myreze to contribute to the whole brand of Lost In Time and also collaborate on several other cutting edge projects. This has been the start of the most exciting journey in the Myreze history so far.

Press Images

The asset produced for Lost in Time were made with an incredible amount of detail, which made every screenshot suitable for making high quality press images for promoting the show.

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Iconic Poster

The Lost In Time's Iconic poster were printed on on a 4 story billboard outside Palais Des Festivals in at the MIPTV Media Market 2017 in Cannes.

Teaser Posters

We designed 6 teaser posters to create curiousity ahead of the shows launch. The idea was to use silhouettes for people seeing it from afar, and fill them with detailed imagery of the show's amazing graphics for people studying it up close.

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On-Air Graphics

Myreze did a complete on-air package for names, information quiz and scoreboards related to gameplay taking place during the broadcast.

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LIT App V1

Whe mobile game were designed around the Homebase studio, which allowed the viewers at home to compete alongside the gameshow's contestants in real-time.

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LIT App V2

After the first season of Lost in Time, we started working on a second version of the app with improved graphics and animations.

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Brand Design

Cutting edge technology deserves cutting edge branding. When developing the brand for Lost in time, we wanted to make sure every detail is precisely defined and blends together in perfect harmony. To achieve continuity, we decided to use the logo as a blueprint to every single design element and the logo grid forms the foundation that shapes the identity of the brand as an entity.

The logo was born when we created the storyboard for the opener for Lost in time, as we embarked on a journey starting with cogwheels representing the inner DNA of the whole universe. Traveling through all the different worlds via insects, dinosaurs and point of view. The journey through the eras ended up with a circled pie split into six pieces representing the six eras. This pie then developed into the logo shape as we know it today.

Icons Pack

We designed playful gaming themed icon pack to be within Lost in Time's on-air graphics, and mobile app user interface.

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TFG Website

We designed The Future Group's website as part of the delivery, heavily showcasing Lost In Time, along with information about the technology and team behind it.

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Credits

Title Opener

Title Opener

Creative Director
Björn Myreze

Director
Christoffer Møgster

Concept
Bjørn Myreze
Anja Helén Fagerli
Martin Lavik Nygaard

Storyboard / Concept Art
Sandra Pilny-Lockertsen
Alexandra Hafsfjord
Mats Hope
Kent Løset

Compositor
Bendikt Myklebust
Per Viggo Vergsvik

Music
Kurder King

Head of 3D
Remi Vaage

3D Team
Jo Christian Figenschou
Martin Reed
Tom Riise
Henning Tvedten
Stefan Björn
Anders Borg
Mathias Birkeland
Ole Martin Volle

Homebase Studio

Art Direction  &  3D Design
Remi Vaage

CG Artists
Jo Christian Figenschou
Anders Borg

Iconic Poster

Creative Director
Björn Myreze

Art Direction
Kent Løset

Teaser Posters

Creative Director
Björn Myreze

Art Direction
Bendikt Myklebust

Press Images

Creative Director
Björn Myreze

Photo
Chris Norm

Animation
Martin Lavik Nygaard
Christoffer Møgster
Mathias Birkeland

CG Artists
Bendikt Myklebust
Kent Løset
Kjærsti Nicole
Karoline Holm

On-Air Graphics

Creative Director
Björn Myreze

Animation
Mathias Birkeland
Martin Lavik Nygaard

CG Artists
Mathias Birkeland
Martin Lavik Nygaard
Benjamin Lauritsen
Mats Hope

LIT App V1

Creative Director
Bjørn Myreze

Art Director
Benjamin Lauritsen

UI Design
Mats Hope
Stefan Björn
Ole Martin Volle

3D Artists
Remi Vaage
Jo Christian Figenschou

LIT App V2

Creative Director
Bjørn Myreze
Kent Løset

Art Director
Benjamin Lauritsen

UI Design
Bendikt Myklebust
Benjamin Lauritsen
Mathias Birkeland
Kent Løset
Mats Hope

Animation
Mathias Birkeland

3D Artists

Remi Vaage

Brand

Creative Director
Bjørn Myreze

Concept
Anja Helén Fagerli

Design
Mats Hope
Benjamin Lauritsen
Bendikt Myklebust

TFG Website

Creative Director
Bjørn Myreze

Design
Mats Hope
Bendikt Myklebust

Design
Mats Hope
Bendikt Myklebust

MYREZE

Office
Bergen Media City
Lars Hillers Gate 30
5008 Bergen, Norway