Does it pays more than movie, commercials, and games?Does one need special qualification to do it?
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>Does one need special qualification to do it?4 years medical school, major in human anatomy
I know a guy who does 3d animations of medical procedures, seems to be a fairly stable income source. >>624226 No need for medical school.
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>>624078medical procedure work is becoming more popular, easy work, always in demand due to different companies owning rights and such. so one procedure video would be needed for many times over.you need a strong stomach though, modeling and animating liposuction is not for the faint of heart. especially watching the reference video over and over.standard generalist skill set though
>>624307>standard generalist skill set thoughReally? I would expect proficiency with particle/fluid sims a plus.
>>624323Don't they normally leave out the blood since it just makes things harder to see?
>>624307I reckon knowing a bit of houdini wouldn't hurt either, you could deligitate the FEM solver to a lot of animation work. Also, working with live booleans in maya gets really slow. I worked on one such medical animation thing and the TD (technical dunce in his case) had made the scene slow down to a crawl just trying to visualise a small cut.
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>>624456That's some useful information, thank you.