A visualization of pulmonary vasculature processes simulated in computer models.
Animation Purpose
Our client launched a research facility that harnesses machine intelligence to mimic cell behaviors and function in-silico. This enables molecular model testing for efficacy and safety to proceed at speeds unachievable in a traditional wet lab setting.

Our task was to visualize the lab's computational simulations of pulmonary vasculature behavior-- from organ to cell to molecule. The viewer enters and departs the digitized lung through the bronchi, vessels, and endothelial lining. We depicted the design and testing of molecular analogs binding to receptor proteins, and the restoration of equilibrium in unhealthy vasculature. The animation was generated to loop seamlessly on the research facilities' monitors.

Animation Style 
A hybrid of organic and stylized geometric forms with deep microscopic depth of field. Inspiration from Morpheus multicellular simulations

Huge thank you to our Newt Studios team of 3D wizards.
Direction - Mike Moran, Alexey Kashpersky
Lead Animator - Alex Ryazanov
Lead Compositor - Eugene Kalashnikov
Designed in collaboration with Dagr Nott & Associates.
​​​​​​​Please enjoy a window into our creative process from draft drawings and motion tests to final animation.
Storyboard Drawings
Storyboard Animatic
Beginning of 3D development and modeling -
Molecules, receptors, and cells
Heart, Pulmonary Vessels, and Bronchi 3D Model
Motion Tests
3D Animatic
Look and feel Work In Progress
Style frames of bronchi and vasculature
Some more motion tests
Final scene setup and animatics
Final scene style frames
Final composition in After Effects. Audio and Video setup.
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