Science and Technology
Technology has always had an important role to play in the Bond franchise. Whereas early Bond films championed the use of mechanical weapons technology and digital technology appeared in later Bond films, No Time to Die’s gadgetry and innovation comes from the world of bio and nano tech. For this iteration of the Bond franchise, there were many opportunities to dive into future advances and next-gen technology. These were key to the plot and Cary Fukanaga’s ambition for the technology and science in this film were huge. We were challenged to inform and bring those ambitions to life. Research into nanotechnology, molecular biology, toxin behaviours, AI reconstruction, sonic lidar mapping and XR screen surfaces saw us bolstering our visual approach to the various laboratories and systems we were required to demonstrate.