about visualscience

Who we are

Visual Science’s award-winningscientific design studio creates scien­tifically accurate and eye-catching3D models, illustrations and anima­tions for pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech, and nanotechnology companies, as well as scientific institutions, laboratories, educational organizations, museums, publishing and advertising agencies around the world.

The Visual Science company was established in 2007, and now consists of more than 70 members in central office in Moscow and adviso­ry-boardspecialists from the US, Russia, Germany with 50 of them having a PhD in the relevant field.

Our technical equipment (180 CPU render farm) and managing approach allow to implement even very complex projects at ultimate quality and in a reasonable time.

Services

Visualization

The Visual Science company was established in 2007, and now consists of more than 70 members in central office in Moscow and advisory-boardspecialists from the US, Russia, Germany with 50 of them having a PhD in the relevant field.

Communication

The Visual Science company was established in 2007, and now consists of more than 70 members in central office in Moscow and advisory-boardspecialists from the US, Russia, Germany with 50 of them having a PhD in the relevant field.

Education

The Visual Science company was established in 2007, and now consists of more than 70 members in central office in Moscow and advisory-boardspecialists from the US, Russia, Germany with 50 of them having a PhD in the relevant field.

Special projects

Viral Park

The Viral Park project represents the world’s first successful attempt to create scientifically accurate models of human viruses at an atomic level.

While contemporary science has accumulated vast amounts of infor­mation about the structure of viruses, there is currently no single method for viewing fully detailed viral particles. However, we can model viral particles by applying the techniques of CGI (computer graphics) and computational biology to available scientific data.

Several years ago, Visual Science launched Viral Park, a non-commer­cial project whose goal is to create the world’s most detailed and sci­entifically accurate 3D models of widespread and lethal human viruses.

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The Viral Park project represents the world’s first successful attempt to create scientifically accurate models of human viruses at an atomic level.

While contemporary science has accumulated vast amounts of infor­mation about the structure of viruses, there is currently no single method for viewing fully detailed viral particles. However, we can model viral particles by applying the techniques of CGI (computer graphics) and computational biology to available scientific data.

Several years ago, Visual Science launched Viral Park, a non-commer­cial project whose goal is to create the world’s most detailed and sci­entifically accurate 3D models of widespread and lethal human viruses.