Visualize the invisible

Medicine of the 21st century is a part of modern technologies and achievements of civilization, immeasurably improving the quality of our life and continuing it.

Modern medicine relies on 3D imaging to aid in diagnosis such as MRI and CT.

3D animation is widely used in the advertising industry. Visualization more easily explains the benefits of the advertised product, increasing interest and sales.

3D imaging in medicine serves as a teaching tool and is used for demonstration purposes. Animation and 3D visualization of surgical operations is an opportunity to learn, diagnose or understand the features of the process without physical intervention.

With the help of modern technology, students practice new techniques, correct errors, recheck results, and model event scenarios using detailed 3D models, improving learning, understanding of surgical techniques, and surgical outcomes.

Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals practice procedures and manipulations in a zero-risk environment, targeting specific medical outcomes before entering the operating room. Medical imaging reduces examination time and enables faster and more accurate emergency decision making.

3D imaging plays an important role in all areas of medicine, from rehearsing complex surgeries to simulating drug interactions.

Imagine a more detailed and simpler way to interact with complex volumetric datasets than an MRI or CT scan. Imagine a unique collaborative environment that promotes a comprehensive understanding of complex mechanisms in biomedical research and aids in the learning process. 3D visualization of surgical techniques reduces the cost of the operation, minimizes the risk and improves the understanding of almost all processes, both proven and existing only in theory.

3D medical animation is effective for building brand awareness and presenting concepts and products under development.

The flexibility of scale in scientific 3D animation allows the audience to plunge into the world of tiny nanoscale structures or follow the aging of an organism.