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Animated People: How Veronica Falconieri Hays Melds Art and Medicine

Veronica Falconieri Hays was recently interviewed by Animation Magazine about medical illustration, animation, and her career path. In the interview she talks about visualizing SARS-CoV-2 (the virus the causes COVID-19), how she got into the field, and her tips for aspiring medical and scientific artists. Read more in Animated People: How Veronica Falconieri Hays Melds Art and Medicine.  

Maxon NAB 2020 Presentation

On Tuesday, April 21st at 12pm ET, 9am PT, Veronica will be presenting Cellular Visualization with Cinema4D for Maxon’s Virtual NAB 2020 Show on C4DLive.com. Veronica will be going “behind the scenes” on two projects to show how she used Maxon Cinema4D. First, she’ll demonstrate how she created a cellular landscape based on microscopy of the developing brain for this journal cover. Key features will be Mograph Cloners, Effectors, and Volume Tools. Veronica will also Read more…

DNA breaks as it is struck by gamma ray

2020 Animation Demo Reel

Falconieri Visuals medical and scientific animation demo reel is now live! Falconieri Visuals specializes in cellular, molecular, and Mechanism of Action (MoA) animations. Clips included: Viruses, DNA double strand break, pipette on cryo-em grid, tumor growth, angiogenesis, cell lysis, ferritin, gpcr, receptor binding, cell membrane receptors, dendritic cells, t cells, microtubules, membrane fusion, viral entry, influenza, flu, cytokines, cell signalling, cytoskeleton, receptor tyrosine kinase, cell membrane, immunotherapy

Visual Science Communication Presentation for 500 Women Scientists DC

I had a great time yesterday presenting to members of the 500 Women Scientists DC Pod. It’s always inspiring to connect with scientists and talk about their research, especially those of 500 WS DC – they’re passionate advocates for science in addition to being brilliant scientists. For those who weren’t able to make the event, I’ve put together PDFs of my Top Tips for Visual #SciComm slides and my recommended resources list, linked below. I Read more…

ePMV and Xpresso tricks in Cinema4D, AMI 2017

It was great seeing everyone at the Association of Medical Illustrator’s Conference in Austin this year! For those who couldn’t get to the embedded Python Molecular Viewer (ePMV) Technique Showcase with myself, Graham Johnson, and Fabian de Kok-Mercado, here are the PDF documents. Building a Complex Virus Using Cryo-Electron Microscopy¬† Data and Creating a Coarse Molecular Surface from Metaballs These two tutorials use different approaches to create molecular surface models in Cinema4D from data imported Read more…

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