This showreel is a selection of our best medical animation work that has been produced over the last few years. With 3D medical animation we can fly around a virtual human body. As viewers, we can travel with red blood cells along arteries to explore cardiovascular concerns, or down the airways and into the lungs to illustrate respiratory issues. We can observe the functioning synapses of the brain or watch cells divide. When a drug enters the scene, we can see for ourselves how it interacts with the complex mechanisms of the human body.

Medical Animation


This showreel is a selection of our medical animation work that has been produced over the last few years. In a normal mechanism of action (MoA) medical animation we would show how a drug works within the body, first seeing it from the exterior perspective of a transparent human, and then from within, as we follow the drug's effect on particular organs, onwards to the cellular level, and finally to intracellular level. Our scientific knowledge and experience within the field ensures that our animations are detailed, scientifically accurate and pitched at the right level for the target audience.






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macrophage cells medical animation
This is an image of macrophage cells. Support for a growing tumor can be provided by its own stroma which consists of connective tissue and various cell types including tumor associated macrophage cells. The connective tissue provides a framework and physical support for the tumor, whereas the different cells contained within the stroma can release factors that promote the growth and development of the tumor.
This is a close up image of LDL cholesterol, a complex composed of cholesterol and proteins which circulate through the bloodstream. High LDL cholesterol levels are associated with the development of atherosclerotic plaques on artery walls which can lead to myocardial infarction.
This is an image of a neutrophil, a type of white blood cell which forms an essential part of the innate immune response and is also implicated in the pathogenesis of a number of diseases such as COPD.
This is an image of cancer cells actively dividing and growing into adjacent tissue.