Animation studio for Pharma and Biotech

Explain MOA / MoD in an animation video.

Let us unleash the potential of your research, transforming intricate MOA and MoD's into a captivating and impactful animation.

We specialize in assisting pharmaceutical companies in effectively communicating their complex research to diverse audiences. Our expertise lies in crafting compelling and concise narratives that convey the significance of their work. With a track record dating back to 2006, we excel in transforming intricate scientific papers into engaging and transparent films. Our portfolio includes animated films showcasing the mechanism of action (MOA) in the treatment of multiple myeloma, autoimmune diseases, and drug development. Let us help you present your research with impact.

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The synergy of Mechanism of Action and animation.

When we see elements moving, it helps the brain connect the dots and interpret the logic behind complex processes. By zooming in and zooming out, we can transition between micro and macro processes. For example, we can unfold proteins to highlight specific inner parts.
Compared to static schematics, animations allow us to show many aspects without cluttering an image's readability.  

Illustrative Mode of Action visualization

Illustration of these mechanism's compared to a rough schematic can improve the readability of the process. With subtle lighting techniques and effects, MOAs can be enriched. Using cinematographic techniques, a hierarchy of all the essential parts of the process can be created. With the same methods, we can guide the viewer's eye and present parts in order of importance. Besides being very communicative, it's a beautiful representation of science.
Image showing the steps occuring in protein production.

Interested in a MOA, MoA, MOD animated film?

Due to our expertise and experience, we will need minimum briefing and input to start an MOA film production.
An antibody binding a receptor.

What is  Mode of Action?

A mode of action depicts an anatomical transformation resulting from the exposure of an organism to a substance.

What is  Mechanism of Action?

Mechanism of action depicts the same kind of transformations at the molecular level.

These processes are often complicated webs of triggers and can be challenging to comprehend. Translating these concepts into film and presenting them to the viewer at a carefully selected pace helps tremendously digest these often very complex concepts.

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