Medical animation has been able to create a solid and sustainable niche in the field of 3D animation over the years. By touching the medical field, he opened up a lucrative and satisfying side of animation. Doctors use medical animation to depict parts of the human anatomy for research purposes and to prepare for complicated surgery. So 3D animation is very useful; It allows us to show sequences that we may never experience with our own eyes. With this in mind, are there other possible fields in which this aspect of animation can be exploited?

Space is often seen as the final frontier, and with good reason because no one can see much of the events there. Even with technologies like Google Moon and Google Mars that allow end users to see the surfaces of these two neighbors from outer space, there really is much to discover. NASA's powerful telescopes constantly see captivating images in outer space, such as black holes, nebulae, galaxies, and supernovae. It would be nice if 3D animation can represent these wonders of outer space in a consistent and accessible way.

However, are powerful telescope images enough to really represent how elements of outer space work today? At best they can only be estimates and even scientific interpretations. But that is already an exciting place to start. After all, creativity and imagination with these kinds of scientific questions made possible the birth of the literary and theatrical genre of science fiction.

When it comes to science fiction, there are real creatures in nature that are hardly seen at all and are considered fictional. No, this does not concern the Yeti, Bigfoot, Abominable Snowman and the Loch Ness Monster. Rather, this is best applied to aquatic organisms in the deep sea. Due to the different ecosystems in these parts of the world where not even sunlight can penetrate, organisms develop quite strange characteristics that would be nice to see in a zoo, but that is almost logistically impossible. This is where 3D animation can be effective in representing people how these creatures live with these special ecosystems.

On a more peculiar note, taking a fictional page, 3D animation can be used to realistically represent the evolution patterns popularized by Pokemon cartoon animation. It would be interesting to simulate the effects of evolution on certain animal species, given a certain context of ecological and geographic factors. This is just a prediction and prediction experiment because no one can really tell how a certain species of organism will or will not evolve over time. As the science fiction series Terminator said: there is no destiny but what we make of it. But it would be nice to see the results of such a simulation company.

These are just a few ideas that can be used to explore the potential of animation as a medium for content. Gone are the days when 3D animation is only restricted for family entertainment (although this is still a great way to use this technology). The advent of medical animation has shown numerous 3D animation studios around the world that there are limitless possibilities with the use of 3D animation. The goal of each and every study should be to use this technology for a healthy sense of purpose. Really in this certain scenario, only the creativity of the artists is the true limitation for the use of 3D animation.

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Medical animation has been able to create a solid and sustainable niche in the field of 3D animation over the years. By touching the medical field,