Visuals for Science

Newt Studios produces leading-edge medical animations for the healthcare industry. Work that illuminates your story. Visuals that inspire your audience.

Unituxin Antibody Therapy
Unituxin is a monoclonal antibody that targets the GD2 antigen present on neuroblastoma cells. Unituxin is one of the therapies used to treat children with high-risk neuroblastoma, a cancer that arises from immature nerve cells. We developed the 3D style for "How Unituxin Works" -- a video for parents and caregivers, designed in collaboration with the agency Dagr Nott & Associates.
Inner Microworlds
Capillaries and cells. Transgenes and enzymes. From tissue down to genetic material, we visualized the micro-elements integral to our client's therapeutic pathway story.
The Strain
A strain is a genetic variant or subtype of a microorganism.
Antioxidants
The animation immerses a viewer in a field of two specific antioxidants–– nitric oxide and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) molecules –– before entering the inner atomic universe of a Vitamin C molecule.
Cancer Cell Microenvironment
An ovarian tumor microenvironment is depicted in this animated loop. Islands of serous epithelial cancer cells emerge among healthy cells. Abundant cilli extend from the cancer cells and interact with the extracellular matrix.
Mitochondria
Marvel at the exquisite energy-producing organelles found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells–– mitochondria.
Hepatitis C Virus
360 animation of Hepatitis C Virus Releasing Viral RNA
VR Heart Journey
Excerpts from the first release of our Virtual Heart Journey app, developed for the Oculus Rift platform. Participants navigate through the chambers and valves of a healthy heart in this immersive anatomical experience.
Raymond - Technosmart
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Bone Cross Section
Ebola Virus
Leptospira Bacteria
Brain
Neural Pathways (stills from movie)
Animation of the Parasite Trichomonas vaginalis
Cell Nucleus
Animation of Ductal Carcinoma
Neurons
Animation of Immune Response in Wound Healing
Damage to a Capillary Vessel
Back to Top