Expanding Minds with Scientific Visuals

Cinema 4D is the lifeblood of medical illustration, and an outstanding choice for technical visualization. The MoGraph toolset is just as valuable for creating complex cells as it is for abstract broadcast graphics, and Cinema 4D’s procedural noises and other shaders are ideal for atomic artistry. Whether your models are measured in meters or micrometers, you’ll enjoy Cinema 4D’s intuitive workflow and robust stability.


Seamless Exchange

Import CAD models via industry standard formats such as DWG and IGES, or utilize the ePMV plugin to load and manipulate data from the Protein Data Bank. A complete Python and C++ SDK makes it easy to extend Cinema 4D for obscure data formats so you can import geometry and animation data for technical illustrations.

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Technical Modeling

Cinema 4D's snapping feature allows you to easily align objects, points and polygons. Place items at precise intervals, based on custom guides or workplanes aligned to existing geometry. Cinema 4D offers real-world units and helps to ensure those units remain consistent when merging multiple projects. You can quickly create complex models with outstanding accuracy.

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The same MoGraph toolset that’s made Cinema 4D a star in broadcast graphics offers a fantastic fast and intuitive workflow for technical illustration. MoGraph is all about generating and procedurally animating large groups of objects - one of the key tasks in medical illustration. If you’re illustrating things that are more metallic than microscopic, MoGraph makes it easy to duplicate screws, rivets and other details along a surface.

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