Fractal structures find their way into every aspect of our medical animation and illustration. Computer generated systems give rise to branching patterns, self-similarity, and expanding symmetry.

These mesmerizing shapes inspire our creative ability to engage viewers scientific curiosity.

Here are some of our test renders using fractal geometry:

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