Illustrating and animating anatomical complexity.
Often there are very complex ideas that people could be intimidated by. It’s our job is to take people one step at a time, and introduce them to complicated things, such as spinal anatomy illustrated and animated here.
The task was:
Introduce people to spinal anatomy.
Identify different parts of the spine.
Detail a single vertebral segment.
The following is an animated slide used for trial that detailed different parts of the spine and a specific vertebral segment. Introducing the public to how nerves travel up and down the spine, how a disc can be herniated and impact the nerves was critical to this case. We had to walk people through the areas of the spine, the discs, the nerves and then the parts of the vertebrae that would be referred to later on in the case.
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