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How a design firm built the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' statue

Perception's concept evoked ancient Greek sculptures.
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The last Avengers film, Age of Ultron, capped off its world-saving adventure in a unique way: With a stunning statue rendering of our heroes in action. It was reminiscent of classical depictions of Greek gods and goddesses, which seems only fitting for the mythological titans of our time. The whole scene was produced by Perception, the company that Marvel also tapped to design Tony Stark's elaborate user interfaces (along with plenty of tech companies). In the above video, the company's creative director John LePore explains how they came up with the idea and went about creating it.

Check out our in-depth profile on Perception and their work developing interfaces for Hollywood and tech companies. (Or just watch the video below.)

Meet the Company Designing Futuristic UI for Samsung and Tony Stark

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