GE needed to illustrate how their Datex-Ohmeda device measures the effect of the anesthetic agents in the central nervous system and explain a complicated, abstract concept of entropy monitoring.
As a solution, our team at Moberg Multimedia created a 3D animation with an entertaining story told by a virtual professor.
The animated character flies and beams into different parts of the body and the monitor to reveal their inner workings. He beams into the brain to show where the EEG and FEMG originate and how the patient sensor is placed to capture these signals.
By depicting the GE Entropy module as a factory, the animation explains how the captured signals are filtered and transformed to produce the entropy measurements and track anesthesia.