DNN Member - Megomotion help Newcastle Uni gain national and international coverage.

It has been an exciting and busy period lately for Design Network North member Megomotion. With an updated, new look website and new partnerships formed with new friends who are now part of the Megomotion creative pool.

Megamotion have been working on some great new projects and are excited to complete an amazing motion graphic, featuring research led by Ilaria Spiga at Newcastle University.

This animation visually explains the rationale, the experiment, the effects and the potential consequences of marine acoustic pollution on fisheries. It is current, hot topic in marine science that has recently raised great attention worldwide. The research was published on a scientific journal  and as a result Newcastle University have received both national and international media coverage including the likes of Daily Mail,  Motherboard, UPI and Eearth.com, helping to raise the profile of the project.

This project highlights Megomotion's interest and support in works that deal with science and its application, renewable energies and technological advancement made by manufacturers. They aim to strengthen their collaboration with scientists to help create a wider audience for the Scientists achievements.​


Megomotion is a valued members of Design Network North. Design Network North is part of RTC’s new programme called ‘Designing Better Business’ – launched in 2016 - which will provide support for north east businesses looking to continue to innovate and design better world leading products.
RTC was founded in 1989 with the sole purpose of helping businesses innovate and create new higher value products. Today, the business operates out of offices in Sunderland, Gateshead, Leeds and Daresbury and specialises in helping companies develop new products, embed new skills through training and access funding for innovation.
Designing Better Business’ is part funded by European Regional Development Fund, as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.