Chichester, West Sussex: Today, Boxclever Media, a video production house that specialises in branded content (including social media videos) for business, has announced they will be dedicating usage of their high-powered video editing processors to help scientists in their fight against Coronavirus.
The corporate video company, which is based near Chichester in West Sussex joined a distributed-computing network called Folding@home, a project which runs computer simulations for disease research on protein folding, drug design, and other types of molecular dynamics.
Luke White, a director of Boxclever Media said, ‘We’re pleased to be supporting such an important project and to be able to make a positive contribution with our in-house resources. While the industry as a whole has virtually ground to a halt, we’re aiming to ‘box clever’ so to speak- we’re going to adapt and help others where we can’.
Boxclever Media Ltd was founded in 2015 by twin brothers Edward and Luke White. The company has recently completed production on feature-length documentary ‘Handsome’, a film about siblings with Down Syndrome which took the team around the world to the USA, Vietnam and India. The film is due for release in 2020 and you can find out more about the project at: www.boxclever.media