An interview with Random42 CEO Ben Ramsbottom
AN INTERVIEW WITH BEN RAMSBOTTOM
With the global medical animation market expected to reach $430 million by 2025 and the virtual reality and augmented market in healthcare reaching $5.1 billion by 2025, we are going to see more and more competition in this area in the next few years. But not all medical animation companies are created the same. Some are a cut above, providing the perfect combination of experienced and qualified scientists with passionate, skilled artists.
Today, we take a look at the art of running a successful medical animation company with Ben Ramsbottom, CEO and Medical Director at Random42; the largest and longest-running company within this space and winner of multiple awards. Below, we’ll cover exactly what makes Random42 an industry leader and what drives it to excel.
What’s next for medical animation as an industry and what’s next for Random42?
Medical animation will always be the cornerstone of Random42, but success lies in the ability to take this and develop it into other interactive experiences, such as interactive virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. Such technology only makes our experiences more immersive and will only improve as new technology comes to market. Every couple of months, a new bit of kit comes along that excites the team, leading us to think of ways this can be used to further our understanding of what goes on inside our bodies.