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Posts from the ‘Cardiology’ Category

4
Jun

Varicose Vein Treatment Ad Case Study: CIS (Cardiovascular Institute of the South)

Project: Varicose Vein Treatment Ad (Our 5th) for CIS (Cardiovascular Institute of the South)

 

MISSION: Provide the Cardiovascular Institute of the South with another beautifully rendered 30 second animated commercial spot highlighting varicose vein treatment.

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28
Apr

TAVR Animation Case Study: DirectFlow Aortic Valve Implant

Project: TAVR Cardio Animation Direct Flow Medical, Inc

 

MISSION: Build a dynamic and visually compelling animation showing the versatility and function of the DirectFlow TAVR System.

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9
Jun

3D Medical Animation Studio, Ghost Productions, “Inspires Hope” for the Future of Cardiovascular Medicine

 

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CLIENT: Dassault Systems / Simulia

In the business of 3D medical animation, we can always count on the engineering geniuses at Dassault Systems to not only amaze us with new technologies that ride the very cusp of possible and science fiction, but also to challenge us to find ways to explain and market these technologies. Their software products are nothing short of revolutionary. SolidWorks, just one of their many titles, completely revolutionized computer aided design and manufacturing so much so that 90% of our medical device clients now provide us CAD models from SolidWorks. As little as a few years ago, the vast majority used ProE.  Simulia, their division dedicated to the developing new standards in finite element analysis and frighteningly accurate simulations for engineering, brought in a new challenge for us with this particular project. Read moreRead more

17
Jan

Case Study: Access Closure Minx Animation

 

CLIENT: Access Closure

MISSION: Access Closure needed an exciting animation that showed off the practical science behind how their product worked to be used at trade shows and as a sales tool. They had a previous animation that was very clinical and low budget. They were satisfied with how it explained the device but found the aesthetic quality to be desperately lacking. Additionally they had made modifications to their device and technique since it was made and they wanted to feature their updated product and procedure. Read moreRead more