1. Watch these and other great tutorials at cineversity.com!

    Thomas Brown, Founder and Creative Director of the medical animation production company, Vessel Studios (vesselstudios.com), shares some MoGraph techniques to create microscopic medical animations.

    00:49Demo Reel
    02:28Intro to Demo
    03:32Building a Cell Membrane
    17:46Importing Protein Model Data (the EPMV plugin Thomas uses can be found at - epmv.scripps.edu/home)
    21:35Creating a Blood Flow Simulation
    28:34Adding the Cell Wall
    31:53Creating a Constriction or Clot
    36:29Having a Little Fun
    39:48Rendering
    40:36Breaking Down the Vessel NAB Promo
    44:20Q&A

    Recorded live at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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  2. Import 3D models generated from medical image data (ct scan/mri) and clean them up for use in 3D applications.

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  3. Use OsiriX open source version to create 3D models from segmentation for use in 3D applications

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  4. Demonstration of Mograph in Cinema 4D for randomly generated and animated cell protein docking. Quick and easy approach.

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  5. Module 2, creation of red blood cells and blood flow in Cinema 4D using MoGraph

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