Healthy Diaphragm Action
Partial Diaphragm Paralysis
This series of 2 animations were designed to teach the action of the diaphragm muscle. One shows how a healthy diaphragm functions as well as the major structures that pass through it. The second animation shows a diaphragm with partial paralysis caused by a paralyzed phrenic nerve. The purpose of this animation is to help teach students studying anatomy at St. Georges University. Animated in Cinema 4D, composited in After Effects.
Gluteus Medius, Gluteus Minimus, and Trendelenburg Gait
The action of the gluteus medius and gluteus minimus help stabilize the hip while walking. This animation shows the actions of these muscles as well as what happens when they do not function correctly. The purpose of this animation is to help teach students studying anatomy at St. Georges University. Animated in Cinema 4D with motion capture data, composited in After Effects.
Cardiovascular System Animations
These two animations were created to help teach a lesson on autacoids to medical students at St. Georges University. Both were animated in Cinema 4D, and composited in After Effects.
This animation shows the regions and action of a sarcomere, the basic contractile unit of muscle fiber. The animation was created to help teach medical students at St. Georges University. Created in Cinema 4D and composited in After Effects.