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Virtual Reality Medical Animation | Understanding Bioscience Animations 101

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Published on Apr 24, 2019

Is Virtual Reality Medical Animation what you need to promote your next project?
Click this link to learn more - https://equisolve.com/?utm_source=YT_...
Bioscience developers need an avenue to explain their therapies or processes so that the prospects or clients can understand exactly what their new drug, therapy or device does, and most importantly the benefits it offers to the world of science and medicine.

There are many ways to accomplish this using 2D whiteboard drawings, 3D Mechanism of Action (MOA) video productions, and Stop Motion Animation. But one of the most captivating is “3D Virtual Reality”.

What is 3D Virtual Reality?

It’s a process of rendering animation in a way that invites the viewer to participate in the action. Typically, the viewer puts on a headset or wears wires on his fingers and arms or both and receive physical feedback as he makes decisions as to what action will be taken next.

Technically;
• Virtual Reality (VR) is the use of computer technology to produce a simulated state of mind; an illusion that appears real.
• Companies that are involved in the development of this technology are companies like Sony, HTC Vive, Playstation, and of course Oculus Rift.
• Virtual Reality’s main component is called a head-mounted display (HMD).
• The biggest difference between Virtual Reality Systems using a HMD and standard user interface is the fact that the user is immersed into the illusion using the headset display technology as opposed to just controlling an interface or handheld device.

Humans, being visual creatures, make virtual reality a more personal way to draw the viewer into the scene.

For example; a doctor could literally participate in a Virtual Reality surgery where he performs the actual surgical procedure while visualizing the entire process on the headset he is wearing. He could inject a virtual patient and see the action/reaction of the drug that was implemented.

This kind of participation is an awe-inspiring way to draw interest and teach professionals as well as investors, hard to understand treatments and therapies without actually needing real patients for the demonstrations.

3D Virtual Reality is the up-and-coming technology for bioscience companies to demonstrate their products to their fullest potential while captivating the audiences and generating enormous investor interest!

If you are a Bioscience company in the process of developing the next greatest pharmaceutical therapy for the world of medicine, then you need to take a look at this method of promotion for your product! Contact Equisolve Studios for a free consultation on the creation of your next project.

The above video is not a Virtual Reality video, but it does give you an idea of the quality Equisolve is capable of creating for your company. This video features both a full rendering of the actual medical device as well as mechanism of action section that shows in great detail, exactly how the device works on the molecular level.

Contact us;

https://equisolve.com/?utm_source=YT_...
Call (954) 271-7281
Email science@equisolve.com
2455 Sunrise Blvd Ste 1201, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

http://y2u.be/v09SzBjnpmw
http://y2u.be/jTNhOxIXLO0

• Virtual Reality,
• 3D Virtual Reality,
• Bioscience,
• Virtual Reality MOA,
• Bioscience MOA,

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