How science can be transformed into 3D medical animation

Mar 11, 2021 | Marketing

3D medical animation uses vanguard 3D computer graphics to convey many medical facts as a remarkable subtle element with crystal clear clarity.

One of the greatest challenges faced by today’s medical and healthcare industry is in finding an easy way to communicate essential information. From the 14th-century human anatomy drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci, there has been a long way to the lat

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Forrester Research says one minute of video is equivalent to 1.8 million words, as 3D medical animation is 60,000 times faster than processing text-based information.

Studies confirm that people remember 80 % of what they saw compared to 10 % of what they hear, because more than 65 % of people are visual learners. And 3D medical animation videos bring in 19 % higher comprehension than the standard surgical videos.

PowerPoint presentations with a burst of slides, graphs, and charts to target audiences are the usual procedure, but 1 minute of 3D medical animation delivers the best value than the 60 minutes worth of slides.

3D animation development

In today’s medical world, information overload is the main challenge in communication, as it makes it difficult for the incoming vital new data.

A new custom-made methodology is required to provide new data in compact, flawlessly bundled pieces seamlessly. It is what precisely the 3D medical animation does.

The Grand View Research forecasts for its global market to expand 514 million dollars by 2024 thanks to its fast gaining popularity.

Healthcare turned into 3D medical animation

Here are some examples of this 3D animation expansion we are living nowadays:

Medical Start-ups Developing New Products

Start-ups use 3D animations to show the product to an audience of investors, this way they can raise capital and continue their product development.

Sharing Information with Doctors and Medical Professionals

3D animations zoom down to the molecular level or deconstruct a device for showing how it works.

Videos for Professional and End-User Audiences

3D animation can simplify even the most complex set of information using interactive illustrations and images.

In 3DforScience 3D animation is our top solution as a communication provider to visualize and explain the mode of action of pharmaceutical technologies.

With the expertise of hundreds of animation videos for clients all over the world, we offer the best cost versus quality and continuous technical communication with the client thanks to our Scientific & Medical Advisory Board with in-house molecular biologists, pharmacists and immunology experts.

3DforScience

3DforScience is a scientific communication company specialized in digital content for the pharma and biotech industries. Our passionate creative team works alongside an in-house scientific team to provide cutting-edge medical animations, scientific illustrations, virtual reality, etc.

Our extensive experience within the field ensures all the content we produce is scientifically accurate, innovative, engaging, and pitched at the right level for the target audience.

Would you like to bring your scientific messaging to life? Contact us. We would love to help you create something unique

 

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