The possibilities of a 3D animation are widely dispersed. With such a 3D movie new medical products can be presented, mechanisms of action (moa) declared or it can be used in patient education. Such a 3D animation can be used in any media, such as PowerPoint presentation, YouTube video, exhibition canvas etc.
To simply and clearly convey the key features of a new medical product, a 3D animation provides all possibilities. This 3D film can be used as part of a larger campaign, for example, on the website of the product or at conferences to convey the most important features.
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The use of medical and laboratory equipment, especially when different devices and systems are used in combination, can be explained in a 3D animation step-by-step. In the example shown here, a complete laboratory was visualized and more information could be retrieved about the devices at different process steps.
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The use of 3D animation is particularly suitable in areas where it is difficult to present facts using photos or video recordings or where they are difficult to present in an appealing way. Both of these factors apply to the field of dentistry. This is especially true for informing patients about dental interventions or corrections and how dentures work.
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Animations can be a valuable tool in the context of eLearning for education and training in medical topics to convey facts and make them easier to remember for the learner. Of course, animations can also be shown in the context of lectures and presentations.
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Prior to surgery or to explain a disease, a video can give the patient a thorough overview of the topic. Especially complex processes, mechanisms or surgery can be conveyed as quickly and vividly. The video can be, for example, be used on the website of the hospital or be shown on the Tablet PC or Ipad or the attending physician.
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