3D renders for lecture purposes

By February 19, 20153D World

When searching for some other files, I came across this oldie. Thought I would share the results. A few years ago I was asked to help with a presentation for a lecture at a cardiology congress. Not even sure which one any more. So I modeled all the elements in 3D. These renders were used in one of the lectures to show a
cross-section of an artery that had plaque buildup in it and needed stenting.

The lecture required three stages, simple one, segmented one (to show certain points in those segments) and a stented one with plaque etc.

So here they are.

Aspen_Stage2_STENT_NOPLAQUE#2_SLICES_PNG

Segmented.

Aspen_Stage2_STENT_NOPLAQUE#2

Without plaque.

Aspen_Stage2_STENT_PLAQUE

With plaque.

All of these done in Cinema 4D.

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