Sometimes it can be difficult to understand the intricacies of complex assemblies or machines such as say… an immunophenotyping flow cytometer. Well, if you are not familiar, 3D animations can showcase components of a device and how they work for industries such as medical, manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and robotics. Animations make grasping tricky concepts easier and fun, duh… it’s 3D!
Who doesn’t love a 360-degree animated rotation of an exploded assembly schematic? We sure do! So when you finally come up with the particle accelerator design bigger than CERN’s large hadron collider, turn to 3D animation to pitch your massive idea. But yes, a 3D animation will work just as nicely for your new paste filler machine… just with a bit less of a bang, more of a fffffpppppptttttttt.