Animation

Biologic Models creates cutting-edge 3D medical animations that explain the intricacies of biochemistry using the production techniques found in film and television. Our team of 3D artists and talented scientific directors draw from over 40 years of combined production experience in the video game industry, commercial and documentary television, Mechanism of Action 3D Animation, and feature films. We hope you enjoy a few samples of our work below.

Featured Animations

  • Ebola Virus, Ectodomain, Biologic Models

    Ebola Virus Ectodomain

    In this 3D exploration of the Ebola Virus Glycoprotein, we will investigate different surface properties and binding sites through 3D printed models and animation.

  • RSV, Fusion, Glycoprotein, 3rrr, 5tdl, Biologic Models

    RSV Fusion F Glycoprotein

    Deadly to newborn babies, the Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus (HSV) is a major cause of lower respiratory tract infection. Dynamic structural changes in the Fusion F Glycoprotein reveal and hide binding sites, making targets of new therapies difficult to identify. Explore RSV Fusion F Glycoprotein-3RRR and learn more about its Postfusion 3D structure.

  • MYST III Exile

    Here’s a blast from the past, the end cut-scene for Myst 3: Exile. This was Casey Steffen's first job working as a 3D artist at Presto Studios.

  • The Lifecycle of HIV

    Learn about the process we go through to create 3D medical animations about complex and fascinating biochemical processes.

  • Photo-real Medical Animation

    This 3D Photo-real Medical Animation that depicts a Shoulder Joint Mobility Test to be performed by a patient following shoulder replacement surgery. Photo-real medical animations hold the attention of the viewer because of the immediate wonder of seeing the real world in a new way.

  • The Ladders Chairs Spot

    This is commercial created by Method Studios for the 2009 College Football Championship. Take note of the flocking chair simulation.

  • Zaltrap MOA 3D Animation

    Depicting dynamic macro-molecular structures is an exciting part of our storytelling process. See some examples of this in our Zaltrap MOA Medical Animation.

  • 2.5D Medical Animation

    This is an example of 2.5D animation. 2D animation that uses 3D animated elements. This is a simpler, faster way to tell some stories and provides clients with greater flexibility when deciding on stylistic approaches.

  • Mechanism of Disease 3D Animation

    This is an example of a Mechanism of Disease 3D animation. 'MOD' 3D animations are narrative educational videos that explain how normal physiology develops into pathology.

  • Covidien Tristaple Technology

    Medical device companies need 3D-animations to explain how their products work in the body. In these narratives, we focus on highlighting technological advancements and marketplace advantages of our clients. This animation showcases the new Tristaple product line from Covidien demonstrating an increased safety and patient tolerance profile through decrease pressure and tissue damage.

  • Finding the Origins of Life

    Clips from the National Geographic Channel's TV show, Finding the Origins of Life. Follow along with as scientists discuss theories of the origin of life

  • Cognition Therapeutics Hope on the Horizon

    3D animation created for CogRx, a small biotech startup in Pittsburgh, explaining important new insights into Alzheimer's disease.