This multimedia application was developed for distribution in CD-ROM or other media like USB drives, online download and other. to give general information to patients about prostate cancer.
The content of the application ranged from text and images, to video interviews of medical experts and 3D animations of the human body. The 3D animations were created specifically for this application and included the urinary system, reproductive system and part of the lymphatic system, to help explain some of the concepts that were discussed on the voice-over and copy. In addition, the application had the option to see the content in either French and English.
The copy, design and video interviews were provided by the client and Beatmap developed the 3D medical animations (not shown due to client’s request), 3D medical illustration (shown above) and programmed the entire application.
SuperNova asked Beatmap to create four non photorealistic 3D illustrations to help explain Ulcerative Colitis (UC) to medical students.
The agency’s medical consultant provided us with some background and photos of the disease.
From the design proposals that Beatmap created, the client chose the one with ‘plastic/rubber’ material. These renderings were then approved by the medical faculty. They had a good reception and the faculty was happy with the final result.
In addition, we also created a web application to demo our interactive skills. Using the same resources that we used to create the 3D illustrations in addition to some custom programming, we created a web app that gives the illusion to ‘fly’ into the human model, ending at the same views that were created for the renderings.
VPak is a new medical device developed by S&H Biomedical Devices Inc to provide compression and a method of controlled drug delivery to the vagina. Beatmap developed a presentation video to be used to show to investors and buyers how the product will look like and how it works. The video shows 3D animations of the product used in pelvic organ prolapse and for obstetrical indications to replace the need for traditional gauze packing.