Microlearning / eLearning Video for Life Sciences

Microlearning / eLearning Video for Life Sciences

Life science instruction for medical device company

Client
Life science instruction for medical device company

Year
2021

Project Highlights

  • Articulate Rise 360
  • Camtasia
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop

Description

This microlearning video is part of a larger Articulate Rise course instructing medical device sales representatives on screening for and treating prostate cancer.

Client
Life science instruction for medical device company

Year
2021

Project Highlights

  • Articulate Rise 360
  • Camtasia
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop

Description

This microlearning video is part of a larger Articulate Rise course instructing medical device sales representatives on screening for and treating prostate cancer.

 

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Continuing Medical Education

Continuing Medical Education

continuing medical education videos

Client
Continuing Medical Education

Year
2021

Project Highlights
Turnkey producing and video production services: Directing, coordination of international film crews, in house video production, editing, sound design, motion graphics.

myCME

Description

The target audience for this course is breast cancer physicians, advanced practice clinicians, nurses and pharmacists.

This continuing medical education (CME) video-based course is delivered in three segments and features six medical doctors from Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, South America and the United States. This team discusses the therapeutic procedures for a fictitious patient who presents with HER2-positive breast cancer. As the case unfolds, each physician shares key studies supporting the use of evidence-based therapies. They provide a snapshot of the challenges and opportunities for optimizing care for patients in their respective countries.

Each segment is followed by an assessment.

Client
Continuing  Medical Education

Year
2021

Project Highlights

Turnkey producing and  video production services: Directing, coordination of international film crews, in house video production, editing, sound design, motion graphics.

myCME

Description

The target audience for this course is breast cancer physicians, advanced practice clinicians, nurses and pharmacists.

This continuing medical education (CME) video-based course is delivered in three segments and features six medical doctors from Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, South America and the United States. This team discusses the therapeutic procedures for a fictitious patient who presents with HER2-positive breast cancer. As the case unfolds, each physician shares key studies supporting the use of evidence-based therapies. They provide a snapshot of the challenges and opportunities for optimizing care for patients in their respective countries.

Each segment is followed by an assessment.

 

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VR 360 – Automotive

VR 360 – Automotive

VR 360 - Automotive

Year
2020

Project Highlights
Adobe Captivate 2019
VR 360
360 Camera
GoPro

Description
With the release of Captivate 2019, I thought I would give the VR 360 feature a try and showcase the interior of a Porsche 911 (991). I used an Insta360 ONE camera to capture the 360 video. Certain features of the car were filmed with a Canon C100 and GoPro to expand on the information behind the hotspots. It was a fun experiment and showed me the capabilities of Captivate.

Year
2020

Project Highlights
Adobe Captivate 2019
VR 360
360 Camera
GoPro

Description
With the release of Captivate 2019, I thought I would give the VR 360 feature a try and showcase the interior of a Porsche 911 (991). I used an Insta360 ONE camera to capture the 360 video. Certain features of the car were filmed with a Canon C100 and GoPro to expand on the information behind the hotspots. It was a fun experiment and showed me the capabilities of Captivate.

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