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ePMV used by Cosmocyte for TEDed

posted Oct 3, 2012, 11:07 AM by Graham Johnson   [ updated Oct 3, 2012, 6:38 PM ]
DNA base pairs from ePMV for Ted Ed by Cosmocyte's Cameron Slayden
ePMV proteins from Cinema 4D (C4D) hair extension for Ted Ed by Cosmocyte's Cameron Slayden
Medical animator Cameron Slayden turned to ePMV among many other tricks to meet a 4 week deadline to animate a TED-education piece The twisting tale of DNA by Judith Hauck. To keep render times short, he used ePMV to generate backbone splines for each of the proteins represented in the cytoplasm flythrough–putting hair on the splines to coarsely fill in the atomic volumes. See the full news clip for links.
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