This is a step by step tutorial about adding realistic 3D labels in After Effects. I will first go through how to set up locators and bake camera animations in Maya. Then, I will show you how to import the file to After Effects and link your label to the moving Camera/Objects to create seamless 3D look.
Beyond the Diffraction Barrier: An overview of super-resolution microscopy strategies: a Master's Research Project by Andrew Q. Tran for the degree of Master of Science in Biomedical Communications.
Marc Dryer, Hons BA, MSc, MScBMC
Yves De Koninck, PhD
Michael Corrin, BFA, BA, Hons BSc, MScBMC, CMI
Funding for this project was provided by
CIHR, NeuroPhysics: Setting new frontiers in neuroscience with material sciences and photonics
The Vesalius Trust for Visual Communication in Health Sciences: Vesalian Scholarship
Many thanks to Paul De Koninck, PhD; members of Yves De Koninck's and Paul De Koninck's research labs; Linda Wilson-Pauwels, AOCA, BScAAM, MEd, EdD; Jodie Jenkinson, BA, MScBMC, PhD; Nicholas Woolridge, BFA, BScBMC, MSc, CMI; Charles J. Lumsden, PhD; and all BMC faculty and students. Special thanks to Joshua Lai for narration; Karyn Ho, PhD, Erin Kenzie, Jean Lin, and Man-San Ma for consultation and support.