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Red Nucleus

medical animation of Visuals that offer clarity of scientific content are just as important as visuals that inspire.

Effectively communicate your story, whether it’s the mechanism of disease or action of your drug, or the instructions for use of your innovative surgical device.

Whatever your story, whatever the style, leave a lasting impression with all audiences, from patients to doctors.

#medicalanimation #medaffairs
medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Web, Cell biology / Histology
medical illustration of #2D #illustrations for a #dryeye #interactive panel. You're looking at 2 different eyes: one healthy and one dry. It shows the anatomy of the #lacrimal — and #meibomianglands are overlaid. Everything was done in #photoshop and was meant to achieve a semi-painterly look while still retaining realism.
medical illustration of You’re looking at a concept art piece that represents #neuro demyelination.  A fine semi-transparent layer served as the base sketch over which a semi-hard brush was used to paint in the colours and texture!
medical animation of This is a trailer created to show the editorial impression of nerves growing.
medical illustration of This shows a cross-section of bacteria in the mucus, and cells found in the gut/intestines.  Created in 3DS Max and rendered with VRay.
medical illustration of A WIP render of kidneys showing advanced cyst growth caused by Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD).  Modeled in 3DS Max and rendered with V-Ray.
medical illustration of Illustration of an Antibody. A transparent glass material with volumetric fog, the glow effect is made by using Subsurface Scattered Translucency (Hybrid model). Software 3ds Max rendered using Vray. Composited in After Effects.
medical illustration of A still from a finished animation on Axial Spondyloarthritis illustrating some elements of the Innate Immune system (Mast Cell and Natural Killer T Cell).  Created with 3DS Max, rendered with V-Ray and post-production editing in After Effects.
medical illustration of A WIP still showing a field of neurons. Created with Z brush, rendered with Maya using V-Ray, and post-production editing in After Effects.


Building a bigger and better future: INVIVO Communications is now part of Red Nucleus! The INVIVO name has sunset. We’re transforming medical communications with Medical Affairs and Commercial teams by integrating deep therapeutic knowledge with cutting-edge technology. From strategic planning to the successful execution of meaningful digital experiences, we bring your science to life. For over two decades, we’ve pioneered the integration of technology and visualization into medical communications, garnering over 500 global industry awards and counting. We’ve achieved this through our cultural commitment to excellence, creativity, and innovation.


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