Wallpapers

The most beautiful viruses your computer will catch

We want you to willingly install one of our viruses onto your computer. Or maybe a bacteriophage. Or a white blood cell. Don’t worry — you won’t need virus protection. We’re spreading these viruses to serve as your new digital wallpaper.

XVIVO Medical Animation - Wallpaper sizes

At XVIVO, we live at the intersection of art and science. It’s an exciting, exhilarating place to be.

Everyday, our clients come to us fresh from inventing the future, and ask us to help others see what they see. Now we want to share some of that beauty with you. Feel free to pass it along via Twitter, Facebook , Google+, Pinterest, or anywhere else your virtual travels may take you.

You see, we’re hoping for a …. viral effect.

At XVIVO Scientific Animation, our goal is to advance knowledge by translating complex concepts into compelling visuals. We work with innovators across science and medicine to develop elegant and precise medical animations, medical illustrations, and medical interactive productions.

If you are planning your next project and need more information, please fill out our Project Inquiry form.

To download a wallpaper, just click on the link to the size you want located under each of images below.

Choose the Best Resolution

Phone

Most Mobile:
320 x 480
Phone 5 & later:
1136 x 640

Tablet (4:3)

iPad 1, 2, & mini:
1024 x 768
iPad Air, 3+:
1536 x 2048

Laptop

Standard (4:3):
1024 x 768
Wide (16:9):
1366 x 768

Desktop

Full HD:
1920 x 1200

Not an exact fit?

Most wallpaper settings allow you to stretch or center the image even if the size or ratio are not an exact fit.

iPad Wallpaper Settings

For more information about screen resolutions, visit Wikipedia.

I was impressed by the ability of the XVIVO team to transform all the structural information and the very detailed sequence of molecular events that I assembled in a story-board into a visually pleasing work of art.

Alain Viel PhD, Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Research in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University