Here's an animation I produced earlier this year which promotes a water phantom system used in medical physics quality assurance procedures. The animation walks through the assembly and setup of the system to show its unique features and benefits. This is a system I helped design so it was great to produce an animation demonstrating its general use in a dynamic way. There's also a part two of this animation showing comprehensively how the system is setup which I may post in the future.
Here's a new Drawski animation showing an innovative software approach to patient plan QA using the portal imager on a linear accelerator to track treatments daily and over time. I'm using some interesting visual approaches by overlaying patient images on 3D renderings to correlate the results with the real-time events, highlighting the speed with which one can get feedback and make adjustments to the treatment plan.
I recently had the opportunity to provide some illustrations to a medical physicist working on behalf of the Australasian College of Physical Scientists & Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM). She created a poster helping people understand medical physics, including the tools physicists use to do their job. The illustrations depict these tools, such as a linear accelerator, electrometer and water phantom. Being the field I previously worked in exclusively, it's great to keep in touch and continue to help this important profession with visual communication tools.
This animation was produced to demonstrate how the software application shown can be used to greatly accelerate the patient plan QA process used in radiation oncology.
The video included here is actually a combination of two longer videos which go more in-depth to each software application. This version shows the core workflow used for each application. Also included are specific branding animations created just for this video.
As this video required inventing a lot of custom elements, putting together the concept and building the visuals was a great challenge and very rewarding to see come together.
Here's another animation I recently completed which shows how a group of medical physics products are used as a team to perform a routine quality assurance procedure. The first portion of the video provides an overview of each product while the second part (about 1:18 in) shows them all working together. One of the primary challenges of this animation was coordinating the timing of the displays on the software and hardware and the movement of each to accurately reflect the procedure. The sequence is also accelerated from several minutes down to several seconds to achieve a balance between realism and watch-ability without the "fast forward" effect... something animation is perfect for.
This is an illustration commissioned for a t-shirt design for Mobius Medical Systems. Designer and marketing director Neal Miller created the overall concept design and typography, while I created the illustration featuring all those fun family activities! The shirt is promoting the use of Mobius' products as a way to save time in the clinic, giving you more time for life outside of work, and will be given away as a promotion at this summer's AAPM (American Association of Physicists in Medicine) annual meeting in Austin, TX.