Mechanism of Action (MOA) 3D animations explains Anti-VEGF properties of Aflibercept showcasing it’s unique receptor binding properties.
Hope on the Horizon is a 3D MOA medical animation depicting new theories about biochemical mechanism of disease and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.
This animation depicts a mobility test of the shoulder after surgery.
Depicting dynamic macro-molecular structures is an exciting part of our storytelling process. See some examples of this in our Zaltrap MOA 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.
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 products.
This 3D animation depicts HIV Protease, an enzyme responsible for cleaving amino acids chains created by ribosomes, before packaging into new viruses. Of interest to the biotech and scientific community is the rate of mutation this protein undergoes as a result of drug interactions. Identifying these residues and in turn modifying drugs to prevent this mutation allows new drugs to offer a new hope for better treatment outcomes.