360° VR PneumoniaeSep 26, 2016
Frame from immersive 360° animation & illustration
Virtual and augmented reality demonstrationAug 10, 2016
We were recently in Chicago to present a multi-device virtual and augmented reality showcase. The stations included the Vive, Oculus, Gear VR, Google Cardboard and the Hololens.
Contact us to schedule a demonstration.
ASCO Oculus Rift experienceJun 22, 2016
Virtual Reality experience we produced for the ASCO 2016 conference.
Glass lungsMay 05, 2016
Animation of glass lungs and the bronchial pathways inside.
Custom interaction with 3D contentJan 29, 2016
At trade shows, you always want to present something that’s cool in order to get the attention of passersby. Whether it is real-time 3D using the Oculus rift, stereoscopid 3D or Leap Motion, Hybrid can develop the technology for your product.
Virtual reality & real-time 3D promotional reelSep 26, 2015
Hybrid is working daily on projects that involve some aspect of leap motion, real-time 3D, virtual reality experience and/or augmentation. As immersive content and the latest emerging technologies become an every-day reality, our goal is to continue leading the way with our dedication to excellence, our artistic approach, and experience.
Device Promotional ReelJun 30, 2015
We’ve brought together some of our favorite device-related work, featuring segments from projects we have produced over the past couple of years.
Embrace-It! Live Action VideoJun 19, 2015
flossing techniques for kids with braces.
and recreating proper brushing and flossing techniques in 3D.
Journey into the bodyMay 15, 2015
The client’s challenge: using one fluid, dynamic camera move, “zoom into the eye and through the body in a way that will be intentionally vague overall — yet still have a couple of recognizable stops along the way.”
Rendered specially for a giant 26′ x 5′ screen, the animation was featured in an immersive geodesic dome installation.
Mechanical Thrombectomy SystemApr 08, 2015
This 4-minute animation showcases the versatile design and broad indications of the Megavac and details how it separates
itself from the competition with the ability to be used for multiple applications.
Shooting on locationFeb 18, 2015
Hybrid is on location for a project that will combine live action footage with CGI animation. This live-action shoot will be entirely on green-screen allowing us the ability to digitally reproduce the environment the actors are in. The environment can be anything from a sunny park, the surface of the moon, or in a micro environment.
Cerebral EnergyFeb 06, 2015
Illustrations and MOA animation created for medical food that addresses diminished cerebral glucose metabolism (DCGM),
a critical aspect of Alzheimer’s disease that leaves the brain thirsty for energy.
Interactive Learning ToolFeb 05, 2015
We developed the Hybrid Interactive Brain to be a learning resource for students, patients and educators.
Revamped HomepageJan 29, 2015
We’re excited to bring a unique new look for the front end of our website with looping movies created especially for the homepage.
Cycle through the four perfect loops by using the nodes in the upper right corner.
TranscytosisDec 23, 2014
A view of a transcytosis underway.
In this depiction, we’ve developed our own hand-drawn cel-shading technique…
Discovery Channel UK – “Ebola Exposed”Dec 03, 2014
Title sequence – “Ebola Exposed” aired November 22 and created for Discovery Channel UK.
The Science of GSep 13, 2014
Hybrid collaborated with VML (and client) to produce The Science of G, a new Gatorade product line.
Malignant CellAug 20, 2014
One of six cancer cell illustrations for large-scale trade show displays.
Also an entry into the Medical Illustrator’s Sourcebook.
The Life Cycle of the HIV VirusJun 17, 2014
This 3D interactive scene explains the puzzle of the HIV virus, its life cycle, and
how it reproduces itself in the host.
X-ray Body in MotionDec 13, 2013
Visual exploration of the heartMar 08, 2013
A visual study/exploration of the human heart.
Synaptic PotentialFeb 21, 2013
Make you itchSep 28, 2012
Close-up illustration of a head louse. The strands of hair help understand how large head lice really are.
Medical Illustrators SourcebookSep 06, 2011
Part of a large series of illustrations and animations created for a client. We’ve taken a couple of pieces from that project and created this art for the 2011 Medical Illustrator’s Sourcebook page and other promotional purposes.
Anatomy revealJun 30, 2011
An animated reveal of human anatomy.
We wanted to show the complexity and beauty of the human body
by blending between various passes and render styles.
Nanotube Technology MOAJun 02, 2011
This is a sequence from a 3-minute animation that examines a unique formulation for building an effective therapy using the latest in nanotechnology, including monomers that organize into a controlled, self-assembling nanotube.
We worked very closely with our clients to deliver a detailed, accurate visualization of key attributes such as nanotube morphology, organization of dimers, and overall formation of the lanreotide nanotube.
Vertex FlowersApr 19, 2011
Collaborating with Vertex Pharmaceuticals, we came up with a way
to combine specific 3D renderings of chemical structures into photographs
depicting “everyday life” scenarios.
OvulationAug 02, 2010
Animation produced for inclusion into the
Women’s Health area on the Mayo Clinic website.
Part of a series of animations where we have collaborated
with the Mayo Clinic Staff to help achieve a more high-end look to their animations.
pH of Healthy TearsJul 03, 2010
This 2-minute animation examines the unique formulation
of Biotrue™, its ability to match the pH of healthy tears, and the
benefits of keeping tear proteins active.
3D Tissue ValveDec 13, 2009
Frustrated by the limitations of a traditional product video shoot, our client
called on us to create a functioning photoreal 3D model of the Biocor tissue valve.
This allowed for far more dynamic camera moves and the ability to focus
more clearly on unique product features, such as the flexible stent,
composite construction, and unique shield design.
Interactive HeartApr 12, 2008
With breakthroughs in science animation, Hybrid has helped people envision the
unobservable and the difficult-to-grasp for nearly ten years. With their latest
innovation, it’s you who reveals the beauty in science.
The Hybrid Interactive Heart animation offers viewers a hands-on, completely unique
experience in science visualization and conceptualization.