- Description project animation devices optoacoustic imaging
- Animation devices optoacoustic imaging
- Images from animation devices optoacoustic imaging
Optoacoustic imaging is a medical imaging technique that uses light and ultrasound to make biological tissue visible. For this purpose, light is emitted to excite cells or tissue. An ultrasound detects the resulting acoustic signals and uses the information to produce images with high spatial and temporal resolution. Different frequencies of laser light can be used to excite and then image different types of tissue and also contrast agents. The method is harmless for imaging living tissue, but the penetration depth is limited.
For our customer iThera Medical we created an animation film about the functionality of multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) and presented different devices of the company and their fields of application in the animation.
After explaining the underlying technology, we introduced the different devices of the company, which can be roughly classified into two areas: The first type is devices for use in diagnosis and therapy monitoring on humans. The second type is designed for use in scientific research.
Content: 1 animations
Utilization: Website, congresses, Youtube, presentations
Specifications: Full-HD, english Voice-Over, 2:45 Min
Client: iThera Medical
The rights of use of the illustrations shown are with the respective clients.
Excerpts from animation devices for optoacoustic imaging:
Rights of use of the visual material: iThera Medical
Music: Kevin McLeod – As I figure – License: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)
Link to complete animation “Optoacoustic Imaging in Biomedical Research | iThera Medical” on Youtube