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3d Demo Reel (bacteriophage T4 and stereocilia) - medical animation

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Published on May 22, 2007

Mike Smith's 2007 3d medical animation demo reel. It first depicts a bacteriophage T4 virus injecting DNA into E. coli. It then depicts a view of the organ of Corti in the inner ear, where sensory hair cells (stereocilia) generate a signal which travels down nerve cells in response to sound. All modeling, rigging, simulating, texturing, lighting, animation, particles, and compositing by Mike Smith using 3ds Max and After Effects.

This was done as my Junior animation project at Digipen Institute of Technology. It has since come to my attention that the movement of the virus is unrealistic, sorry for any discrepancies.

email: msmith81@gmail.com

please leave comments letting me know what you think
thanks!

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