Medical 3D-Animation of hemostasis/coagulation of blood

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This is a project of showing a medical process called "hemostasis" and/or coagulation with a substance soaking up liquid in an vivid and up to date manner. The animation would shortly show the application of the powder on an wound and the sealing of the bleeding of an external wound going over to an second more important scene showing the hemostatic process with the spheric agent o a cellular level. Showing the of spheric substance (absorbtion of water), concentration of red blood cells and platelets in the blood plasma surrounding the spheric substance. Binding and activation of platelets building the bloodclot. Growth of the fibrin-fiber within this clot.

The animation will need about 45-60 seconds of rendered material. Final format 1080p 30frames. Delivery as uncompressed video. Quicktime Animation codec or equal plus 6 still renderings in doubled resolution.

The animation should be adequate coloring ,light and with movement of cells and elements that give it a vivid look that is realistic and up to date.

Explanation of the process you find on wikipedia: [url removed, login to view]

[url removed, login to view] gives an idea of the process to be shown starting at about 30 sec to 1. Even if this is not the desired vivid style.

[url removed, login to view] shows nicely the desired look and animation of the Platelets after activation in an different context.

More informations could be provided. Please only give a bid if you seriously mean that you are able to get it done in a acceptable timeline and quality.

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