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Understanding Medical Device and Medical Animations 101
A medical animation is a short educational film, usually based around a physiological or surgical topic that is rendered using 3D computer graphics. While it may be intended for an array of audiences, the medical animation is most commonly utilized as an instructional tool to explain the mechanism of how a pharmaceutical drug, medical platform or medical device works within the body. Medical and scientific animations are also used to demonstrate the Mechanism Of Action and how a medical drug, device or platform offers solutions to combat a disease or chronic illness. Scientific and Medical animations and illustrations can also be used for medical professionals, their patients, caregivers and those with a vested interest in learning more about a particular disease or illness.
Another use of medical animations is for pharmaceutical or bioscience companies to promote a new drug or therapy to investors.
Cellular and Molecular Animation
Medical Animations are often employed as a method of visualizing the vast number of microscopic processes that occur in the human body. These may involve the interplay between organelles, the transcription of DNA, the molecular action of enzymes, the interactions between pathogens and white blood cells or virtually any other cellular or sub-cellular process.
Molecular animations are similar in that they depict structures that are too small for the human eye to see. However, this latter category is also capable of illustrating atomic structures, which are often too minute to be visualized with any clarity via microscopy. [Source] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical...
Molecular Animation uses defined.
Molecular animations provide the viewer with a simplified look at molecules in some form of action. Viewers can literally imagine how a molecule might act during its journey through the body.
How is this accomplished?
• Molecules are animated through a video graphics software program along with illustrations and 3D graphics set into motion with narration.
• Molecules are put into a simple simulation scenario to visually explain a complex medical problem and/or solution.
• 3D visual effects help the viewer to decipher what actually takes place at the molecular level, all while listening to the narration.
• This 3D effect could also be presented in a virtual reality format, allowing the viewer to participate in the actual process or journey of the medical problem and solution in question.
• Molecular animations can be shown in many video styles from 2d whiteboard drawings and contemporary 2D animation to photo-realistic 3D animation. And now with today’s technologies, holographic and virtual reality presentations are also possible.
Pharmaceutical mechanism of action MOA
Saw this on Wikipedia: "mechanism of action (MOA) refers to the specific biochemical interaction through which a drug substance produces its pharmacological effect. A mechanism of action usually includes mention of the specific molecular targets to which the drug binds, such as an enzyme or receptor.
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Our video above shows some great examples of what 3D medical device and molecular animations can look like.
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