Illustrating whiplash, hyper flexion and hyper extension.

Showing the result of an impact through three different stages of the impact, hyper flexion and hyper extension of the cervical spine.

The task was:
  • Illustrate a whiplash.

  • Show the motion of the cervical spine in stages.

  • Overlay a simple illustration on top of the anatomy.

Unique solution:

There are events that can have similar results. Whiplash caused by a high speed rear-end collision is an example. This slide shows three stages of whiplash that occur. The impact, hyper flexion and hyper extension.

Skills used

Trial Graphics
Anatomical Illustration
Presentation Design

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