Scan data – Using 3d to bring a better understanding to Anatomy

Presenting Human Anatomy in 3D

The task was:
  • Scan a realistic human

  • Overlay bone and muscle.

  • Create a compelling representation of muscle and bone within the body

Unique solution:

We created 3 different renderings for this video.  We have a scan layer of an actual human.   We then added a muscle render and a bone layer render.   These were then combined in a video editing program to do a reveal of the layers.

Using this technique we can help people get a better understanding of anatomical issues or general areas.  We can also create 3d prints of objects once it is scanned.

Skills used

Video Editing
3d Rendering

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