Optical Nerves and Brain Medical Animation
Our bodies are amazing and very complex. Our brains process phenominal amounts of visual information every second. Obviously we can't easily film the processes inside people, but understanding how we work is incredibly illuminating.
This 3D medical animation simulation shows how low lighting stimulates the pineal gland to produce melatonin during this sequence of video.
CGI is a fantastic tool for visualising complex biological and anatomical systems. Our graphics can relay complex information to any viewer including those with no medical training. The audiences can rapidly absorb and gain understanding, even about very technical and dense topics like optical nerve pathways, human brain anatomy & structures, how human eyes connect and transmit information to our brains.
This clip is part of an iPad app for healthcare providers & GP's.