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Organoids

Organoids

When the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine at Weill Cornell wanted to visualize their research on organoids they turned XVIVO.

For the animation’s visual arc we used 2d cutout cartoons that transition to a vibrant realistic 3d world. This approach

One Body

One Body

As our country, and world, continues to grapple with issues of social inclusion, our studio has decided to reissue one of our animations with a few modifications, to show where we stand on our views of who and what we

Nature News, Atomic Forge

Nature News, Atomic Forge

Microscopes are usually used to see things, not to change the things that are being viewed. But that’s just what one group of researchers is proposing to do. In their regular research, they use a specific type of microscope, called

NIKON See More Than Before

NIKON See More Than Before

Revolutionizing the imaging capacity of data, Nikon Instruments Inc is proud to unveil the new Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Research Microscope. Serving as the successor to the esteemed ECLIPSE Ti Research Microscope the Ti2 differs by delivering an unparalleled 25mm line

Through their creative prowess and technical mastery, XVIVO is defining and redefining the very frontier of scientific animation. As science and medicine explore increasingly remote realms, their work provides a vital link allowing researchers and the general public to grasp visually an astonishing landscape of new possibilities.

Brian Greene, Professor Mathematics & Physics, Columbia University
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