Animation is an efficient medium for communicating topics of healthcare and explaining complex medical concepts. Animation conveys change over a period of time, gives the viewer the ability to pause and play at their convenience, and allows audio components such as narration, music and sound effects. This short video is a compilation of our latest 2D and 3D animation projects.
Created for first year dental students, this animation clarifies the spatial relationships between the cavernous sinus and its contents, demonstrates common routes of infection, and explains the common signs and symptoms associated with cavernous sinus thrombosis (CST). The goal is for students to gain a better understanding of the potential role the cavernous sinus plays in the health of the patient, which should result in earlier detection and more effective treatment of CST.
Created to accompany a digital textbook, this short distinguishes the difference between simple and facilitated diffusion for undergraduate biology majors.