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medical animation of 3D, Video, Microscopy, Multimedia, Technology, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology
medical illustration of The respiratory system is one of the favorites of our production team. Thus, visualizing the pulmonary alveoli was an excellent opportunity to show their masterpiece. We hope you enjoy this fragment.
medical animation of To create a 3D prototype of the virus, we researched its structure. They have an unusual 4 layered structure: a core that contains the large, double-stranded DNA genome, which is enclosed by an icosapentahedral capsid. The capsid is composed of capsomers and is surrounded by the tegument, which is an amorphous protein coat encased in a glycoprotein-bearing lipid bilayer envelope.
medical animation of Our team created an animation visualizing the 3D microscopic view of a neuron and its structural components. We’ve put a lot of rendering effort on making this animation realistic. We hope you enjoy our video.
medical animation of Peristalsis is a unique pattern of smooth muscle contractions that propel ingested food distally through the esophagus and intestines. The rippling motion of muscles mixes food with gastric juices, turning it into a thin liquid. It drives the food from the esophagus (called bolus there), through the stomach (called chime at that time) to the rectum. The muscles contract in a unidirectional way to keep the food from moving retrogradely.
medical animation of A migraine is a common multifactorial illness characterized by recurrent unilateral headaches. In certain scenarios, it is linked with aura – optical or sensorial manifestations that emerge ahead of the pain, sometimes during the pain attack or later.
medical animation of This is yet another educational animation showing the mechanism of action of acyclovir. Our scientific approach is well-seen here. Nanobot Medical Animation Studio is always trying to do their best in creating reliable science videos.
medical animation of Our team faced a new breathtaking task. In one of our project, we had to illustrate an accurate 3D prototype of a human cardiomyocyte mitochondria. It is one of the most complex organelles in human cells. To do that we had to do research which helped us show every detail. This video demonstrates our work.
medical animation of Another challenge for our Medical Animation Studio was to create a detailed overview of the inner compartment of the mitochondrion, where the Krebs cycle occurs. This is a glimpse of the original animation.
medical animation of Nowadays, one of the most widespread diseases is cancer. Creation of new antitumor medications has been so far a significant trend in the pharmacological industry. That’s why we created this stunning animation picturing the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and its receptors that are taking part in the vascularization of a malignant process and are the primary targets of some anticancer drugs.
medical animation of This video was created to display the MoA of a proton pump inhibitor – rabeprazole in case of H. pylori-associated gastric inflammation. Helicobacter pylori produce urease and catalase. Urease cleaves urea, contained in gastric juice, which increases the pH of the immediate environment of the microbe and protects it from the bactericidal action of the acidic environment of the stomach.


We develop innovative digital graphics by blending science and art of high technologies. Our company has been delivering visually engaging digital solutions to pharmaceutical and biotech industries to put a tech twist on their marketing and educational strategies since 2007. Our mission statement is to communicate science to the general audience by combining compelling graphics with authentic storytelling. We transform dry medical information into digital content that captures the attention of even the savviest consumers.


Animation, Design, 3D, Models, Video, Live Action Video, Microscopy


Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Pharmacology, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Virology, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)