The Premier Creator of Medical Animation and Scientific Media
You’ve been developing and researching your treatment, product or concept for many years, and now it’s time to share it with the world. We understand the significance of this moment. Whether promoting a complex medical breakthrough, a sophisticated technical process or a cutting-edge invention, you or your client need experienced scientific experts and artists to create accurate, visually compelling representations of your work. With 20 years of experience here at XVIVO, we take your innovative scientific accomplishments and transform them into detailed and captivating animations, illustrations and interactive experiences, designed to bring your work to life in the most dynamic ways possible.
As we work collaboratively on your project, you will become closely acquainted with your select team of scientific experts and artists. You’ll enjoy real communication with real people as we guide you through all phases of production, including research, script writing, creative development, voice-over, animation, custom music, editing and final delivery.
XVIVO was recently tasked with creating an animation that provides a 30,000-foot overview of neurophysiological signaling in the human brain to help the team at Neuralink describe the science that underpins their BMI device development.
Recognizing our shared humanity during this difficult time is foundational to our ability to foster constructive dialogue and cooperation as we chart a way forward. It is in this spirit that we present the following animation we created years ago, “One Body,” as a reminder of the things we share, the things that unite us as a human family.
The beautiful thing about science is that once we understand how things work, we can then make intelligent decisions. There’s a lot of highly politicized and sometimes conflicting messaging floating around about the current COVID-19 pandemic raging across the globe. So we thought it would be timely to share with you some highly informative animations we have produced about the mechanisms of virus transmission and the capability of the human body’s immune system to fight back and protect us.