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Microscopy

Cinematic visual effects created for film and television utilize software with the same mathematical image processing power found in scientific visualization. Here are some examples of microscopy visualizations using visual effects software that can access floating point pixel value. Unlike scientific software, visual effects software has a multitude of additional functionalities to render and clean up small […]

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Radial Reload with Tri-Staple Technology

Radial Reload Medical Animation This 3D medical animation is the center piece for an award winning medical communications app. Created for One World DMG and their client Coviden, this 3D animation depicts unique technologies driving the future of GI stapling. Of importance in this animation was the visualization of pressure changes on tissue during stapling. Comparing older […]

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Nat Geo’s Finding the Origins of Life

Uncovering the Origins of Life with 3D Animation I had the chance to work on the National Geographic Channel’s television series Naked Science and created the medical animation for their show, Finding the Origins of Life. Replicating DNA, primordial soups, theories of life’s evolution, and the synthetic requirements to create life in a laboratory are topics covered […]

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