We are a media company based in Cologne, Germany specialized in creating high-end medical visualizations for illustration, interactive applications and film/animations. Years of experience working for clients including AstraZeneca, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Sanofi Aventis, Daiichi Sankyo, Roche, Wyeth Pharma, Pentax Life Care, Publicis, etc. make us an excellent partner for your productions.
Benefit from our long experience in medical visualization, contact us! Read more about our portfolio under portfolio, or to get a quick glance at our skills watch our current showreel, or visit our free pictures section.
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In the gallery you will find a whole series of new illustrations on the following topics: spleen, liver with gallbladder, head, torso with organs, gallbladder , pancreas, liver, gut frontal. For more informations please visit our free pictures section.
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Visualization of the adductors of the right leg. Navigation: left mouse button rotation of the model, right mouse button for zoom, middle button for panning the view. More interaction with the 3D model available via the menu at the top left.
Within a video production covering the effects of different substances on human lipometabolism, our client wanted an anaglyph, stereoscopic version of the film. He decided to use red/cyan glasses for the video to be able to use the video in as many purposes as possible and avoid more expensive solutions like shutter or polarized glasses.Read more ...