In total, 79 dials, bars and graphs were sent from Nissan to be refined and processed.
An example of one of the original Nissan files, containing many layers, and dozens of elements.
After fixing any problematic elements (such as those that were badly produced that would have made the vector to raster conversion process impossible), they were separated into as few, usually three, layers as possible:
A) The base layer, with many transparent areas so that any procedural animated background layers will be visible.
B) The interactive layer that will be animated, such as this dial needle.
C) The foreground layer that contains all elements that would otherwise need to be on top of the previous two layers to provide a visually convincing dial, bar or graph.