Animation anatomy skeletal muscles

3D animation for the anatomy of the striated muscles (skeletal muscle).

Rights of use of the visual material: IST-Studieninstitut
Music: Kevin McLeod – Impact prelude – License: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)

Design of a 3D animation on the anatomical structure of skeletal muscles, also called striated muscles, for the IST Study Institute for use in training and education. Skeletal muscles are responsible for the body’s ability to move and are formed of various elements.

A muscle consists of a series of muscle fibers. These long, cylindrical cells contract when stimulated, causing muscle contraction. Muscle fibers, in turn, contain hundreds of myofibrils, which are divided into elongated sections called sarcomeres. Sarcomeres are the functional units within myofibrils. As the myofilaments actin and myosin slide into each other, the sarcomeres shorten (contract) and so do the entire myofibrils.

Project details:

Content: 1 Animation

Utilization: Lectures, trainings, online courses

Specifications: Full HD – Resoulution 1920*1080 pixel

Client: IST-Studieninstitut

The rights of use of the illustrations shown are with the respective clients.

Screenshots Animation:

Anatomy of the skeletal muscle
Anatomy of the skeletal muscle