Cosmocyte CG medical animation makes the complex understandable.

CG Society has an article about the medical animation produced by Cosmocyte using Cinema4D.

Excerpt:

Maryland-based Cosmocyte has been creating stunningly vivid and accurate medical and scientific animations and illustrations since 2005. Using Maxon’s Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects, they do most of their work for academic and non-academic clients, such as Science magazine and the Stanford University School of Medicine. “I know a lot of big medical animation companies use Max and Maya, but we like Cinema because of its flexibility and easy learning curve and I know a broad cross section of companies are going in that direction, too,” says Cameron Slayden, Cosmocyte’s founder and creative director.

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