Medical animation allows us to put concepts in perspective and to explore their various facets down to the smallest details. It enhances scientific viewpoints by employing effective technologies, in particular for surgical techniques and the installation of prostheses.
Animation facilitates understanding
Developing a script involves refining a point of view and choosing an angle. In the medical field, animation is a means of communicating. Computer-generated imagery helps us to understand and takes the mystery out of the unfathomable. Above all, it puts facts in perspective and successfully attracts the viewer’s attention. While it promotes scientific concepts, 3D imagery remains nonetheless an educational tool intended to help us learn.
Medicine, by its very nature, is situated at the forefront of modernity. In today’s world, it relies on the support of innovative technologies. 3D technology allows us to explore the infinitely small (neurons, cells), to display the mechanics of the human body, to explain scientific risks without having to take them, and to remove physiological constraints.
Animation inspires us and stimulates our senses. 3D imagery fascinates us because it shows life in its fullest complexity. It resonates with us because it concerns us all.