Explore the anatomy of an edible snail as you have never experienced. In a way that makes sense.
View the animal in both realistic renditions and simplified ones that are easily linked together in such a way that you finally understand how, for example, such a mundane animal as this snail is build
“The way Mieke Roth presents animal anatomy is in fact the only way to actually learn how it is in real life.”
One of the most useful applications of online real-time 3d is if you can transform it into an interactive 3d application. Show a range of different subjects, insights and even animations in just one app.
Complex 3d models
If it’s complex anatomy, that can’t easily be visualized by a scan or a photo, or a reconstruction of an ancient artefact, you have come to the right address. I can work completely solo or cooperate in a team to get the most out of your research. My work is often instrumental to get answers to questions that can’t be solved otherwise.
3d printed models
Making models for 3d printing is a profession in its own right. If it’s a small delicate model of an insect or a complex anatomical model, I have extensive experience in 3d printing, can print small objects in-house and can deliver model files for larger printing production-ready.
Applications are, for example, education and display of research. But museums could benefit from 3d printable museum objects in a much higher resolution than mostly obtained with photogrammetry.
Normal animation is great, but actual 3d animation is even more amazing. See the subject from all sides while it moves. Zoom in if you want to look at something closer. Show complex processes in a much shorter video than with a regular video, without losing data.
Insightful spreads for magazines
Beautiful spreads with short and to the point text snippets that give the reader the urge to know more.