Heat Shock Movie

This immersive CGI short movie

shows scientific visualization together with storytelling techniques for explaining

a complex topic in simple

and entertaining way:

 

From water physics,

including electronegativity

and forming hydrogen bond,

we get to the Brownian motion

of water molecules induced

by electromagnetic field.

 

Thermoregulatory mechanisms

of human body handle these

thermal effects by activating

heat shock proteins (hsp70), which can be activated also

directly by the electromagnetic radiation (known as electrosmog)

via biophysical mechanisms...

Film language has been leveraged

for visualizing scientific data acquired from PDB files

(protein structures) and

other scientific resources.

 

 

After importing them into

the Autodesk MAYA software

via Molecular Maya toolkit,

they were animated using

an artistic license, when

appropriate, for maintaining

overall dramatic structure.

 

 

 

Animation workflow included traditional keyframing,

as well as procedural

animations (MASH networks

and physically based simulations).

Post-production was based on:

 

  • Composing rendered images using
    non-linear video editing software.

  • Adding an audio (voiceover + music),
    visual effects and color grading.

  • Encoding the completed film into the standardized formats, suitable for digital cinema projection (DCP), television broadcasting (PAL) and also
    physical distribution on DVD (MPEG-2).

Multidisciplinary approach allowed

perfecting this educational movie

merging science, pedagogy and art

into a pure EDUTAINMENT.

BONUS materials are free to watch

in the following interactive DVD:

Wondering how you can create such a film

to share your knowledge in an entertaining

and understandable way through visually compelling images while maintaining

content’s factual accuracy based on the

current level of scientific knowledge?

 

Answers and step by step workflow

can be found in this free publication:

Download

E-BOOK

This immersive CGI short movie shows scientific visualization together with storytelling techniques for explaining

a complex topic in simple

and entertaining way:

 

From the water physics,

including electronegativity

and forming hydrogen bonds,

we get to the Brownian motion of water molecules induced by the electromagnetic fields.

 

Thermoregulatory mechanisms

of human body handle

these thermal effects

by activating heat shock proteins (e.g. hsp70),

which can be activated also directly by electromagnetic radiation (electrosmog) via biophysical mechanisms...

Film language has been leveraged for visualizing scientific data acquired from PDB files (protein structures) and other scientific resources.

 

 

After importing them into Autodesk MAYA software via Molecular Maya toolkit (mMaya), they were animated using

an artistic license, when appropriate, for maintaining

overall dramatic structure.

 

 

Animation workflow included traditional keyframing,

as well as some procedural animations (MASH networks and physically based simulations).

Wondering how you can create such a film

to share your knowledge in an entertaining

and understandable way through visually compelling images while maintaining

content’s factual accuracy based on the

current level of scientific knowledge?

 

Answers and step by step workflow

can be found in this free publication:

Download

e-book

Film language has been leveraged for conveying current research findings and visualizing data acquired from PDB files and other available scientific resources.

 

After importing them into the Autodesk MAYA via Molecular Maya toolkit (mMaya), they were then

animated using artistic license, when appropriate, for maintaining

overall dramatic structure.

 

Animation workflow included traditional keyframing,

as well as procedural

animations (MASH networks

and physically based simulations).

Post-production was based on:

 

  • Composing rendered images
    using non-linear video
    editing software.

  • Adding an audio, visual effects and color grading.

  • Encoding the completed film
    into the standardized formats.

Multidisciplinary approach allowed perfecting this educational movie merging science, pedagogy and arts into a pure EDUTAINMENT.

Wondering how you can create such

a film to share your knowledge in an entertaining and understandable way through visually compelling images while maintaining content’s factual accuracy based on the current

level of scientific knowledge?

 

Answers and step by step workflow
can be found in an extensive publication which you can
see in the PC version
of this site, along with
an interactive online DVD.

This immersive CGI short movie shows scientific visualization together with storytelling techniques for explaining a complex topic in simple and entertaining way:

 

Film language has been leveraged for conveying current research findings and visualizing data acquired from PDB files and other available scientific resources.

 

Animation workflow included traditional keyframing, as well as procedural animations (MASH networks and physically based simulations).

 

Post-production was based on composing rendered images, adding an audio (voiceover + music), visual effects and color grading, finalized by encoding the completed film into the standardized formats.

 

Multidisciplinary approach allowed perfecting this educational movie merging science, pedagogy and art into a pure EDUTAINMENT.

Wondering how you can create such a film to share your knowledge in an entertaining and understandable way through visually compelling images while maintaining content’s factual accuracy based on the current level of scientific knowledge?

 

Answers and step by step workflow can be found in an extensive publication which you can see in the PC version of this site, along with an interactive online DVD.