DDA has been creating animations since 1995, so we know a thing or two about how it’s done. We can do 2D and 3D animations to dynamically illustrate a whole multitude of equipment and procedures. What makes animation great for medical demonstrations, is pretty much what makes it great for blockbuster movies; you can create and show things that either would be very tricky and expensive to film or even impossible to capture on video. You can use 3D animation to show a cut throw of a human kidney as an iceball freezes inside it, or how to stop a soldiers wound from bleeding. Another benefit is show micro items that you can’t see in real life, like germs attacking cells, or electronic impulses in the brain. Whatever your problem, DDA has a way to animate it and show the world your solution.
Entry by: mick