science made visual

We create and
visually communicate
scientific and medical complex concepts

 
 
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Animation

We create cutting-edge 3D scientific animations for educational, medical and marketing purposes. Animations offer the option

to add explanatory text, graphics, render in slow motion and enhance details. Meducate Studio specializes in turning complex concepts into animated stories with accuracy and breathtaking quality. 

3D animations can be used to communicate important information in a simple and memorable way.

COVID-19

 

In December 2019, Chinese authorities alerted people that a virus was spreading in their communities. In the following months, it spread to other countries, with cases doubling every few days. This virus is the coronavirus 2 of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome that causes Covid-19 disease and everyone calls it simply coronavirus.

 

What really happens when it infects a person and what should we all do?

ECG the Movie

Visualization of the processes of production, transmission and recording of cardiac vectors from the level of ions to the level of cardiac currents and the final recording of a normal Electrocardiogram (ECG).

 

It is the first part of an innovative animation series where each chapter is represented by an episode. In the second part we will present in detail the data of a pathological Electrocardiogram (ECG) and its clinical significance.

 
Projects
 

How we work

Step 1

Send us the idea you want to communicate visually

Step 2

A brief is made based
on your proposal

Step 3

A rough draft of the animation is created

Step 4

The final animation
is produced

Who we are

 

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Dimitrios A. Stakos

Professor of Cardiology

Democritus University of Thrace

Alexandroupolis, Greece

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Michalis Mytaras

Medical Illustrator and Animator

MSc in Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy at the University of Glasgow (UoG) and Glasgow School of Arts (GSA)​. Accredited by the Institute of Medical Illustrators.