Batman v Superman

During my time running Perception, nothing excited our creative team more than a project that involved superheroes. And in the world of superheroes, no two loom quite as large as Batman and Superman. And no villain is quite as memorable as Lex Luthor. So when Warner Brothers approached Perception with the task of creating unique new UIs for both Batman and Lex Luthor, my team jumped at the opportunity.

While working on Batman’s user interface, Perception was tasked with creating the look of several screens for the Caped Crusader, the centerpiece of which is a giant display that fills the back wall of the Batcave. Perception also created control screens for the Batwing, the Batmobile and several of Batman’s gadgets. Each of these screens has an important function in the film’s storytelling, so the challenge was to make sure they all were consistent with the specific character’s identity.

Warner Brothers has built an incredibly rich world for these characters, one that will continue to unfold in future movies. We had a blast collaborating with Zack Snyder, his crew and the rest of the Warner Brothers team on the inception of that world. It was great to have an opportunity to craft unique new technologies that reflect the powerful personalities of some of the central characters of the emergent DC cinematic universe and the team looks forward to seeing where they can go from here.

Batman v Superman is out now on DVD. Read the entire case study on Perception’s website.