Doctor’s offices, hospitals, and medical schools are turning to 3D medical animation for instructional purposes. Animation companies can create animated video clips that explain surgical procedures, medical treatments, or pharmaceutical mechanisms to patients. Animated video is engaging and easy to understand, which is particularly useful for explaining complex and unfamiliar information.
Animation is increasingly being used in doctor’s offices, hospital websites, and even on television shows that are designed to educate people about health and medical topics. Animated videos can be an effective tool for providing emergency care instructions, for example, for performing CPR or first aid procedures in an emergency situation.
Animated video is being used for medical and surgical instruction in a few different ways. Animation provides another way to train new doctors in anatomical and surgical topics to enhance their knowledge and understanding of complicated topics and procedures. Video is being used to teach surgical students how to perform basic procedures. Seasoned doctors use animation to expand their skill set and for surgical planning.
Prescription drug websites often feature animated video to teach patients about how their medications work in the human body. Animated video clips are provided to convey information about how the company’s medication improves symptoms, the interaction between drug molecules, and even the origin of a specific disease.
Scientific animation is used to convey information to students in high school, college, and graduate school, professional scientists, and the general public. Animation makes it possible to visualize processes and structures that are not visible to the human eye. Animation is being used for visualizing microscopic processes, cellular and sub-cellular processes for illustrating atomic and molecular structures.
Forensics is another field that has begun to embrace animation technology. Forensic animations can be used to generate a virtual autopsy when there are damaged remains and for reconstruction of a crime scene. Law enforcement agencies are using animation to recreate crime scenes or accident scenes to solve cases and present evidence in criminal cases in court.
Forensics experts must analyze and interpret evidence at a crime scene to solve criminal cases. When they present their theories in court, explaining technical information to jurors can be challenging and many jurors have trouble visualizing the theories presented in court. Forensic animations can help jurors visualize the scene to determine if assertions from the prosecution or defense are possible.
The world of medical animation and scientific animation is rapidly growing and increasingly being used in medical offices, hospitals, medical schools, and even by law enforcement and in court. Choose a qualified 2D and 3D animation company with the resources and creative professionals to produce high quality animated video content that will serve your specific requirements.