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Old 02-08-2011, 11:55 PM   #1
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Im a novice Maya user in need of Maya training specializing in forensic, accident recreation and medical procedures, can anyone please point me in the right direction to find these types of training tutorials or courses?
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sounds like layout and previs would be good things to research...
previs is a way of working out either how things work on set, ie how far away things have to be from camera, lines of sight etc. It is also a way to quickly layout anim of what will happen when it comes to doing the shot for real.
this might explain. but this is more of an animatic tbh.
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If you're looking for tutorials on scientific medical animations this is a good site;

http://www.molecularmovies.com

I haven't come across much info online for these things, but based on the reels I've seen from medical animators they seem to do both things on a molecular level and things like surgical and forensic reconstructions a lot of the time, so if you drop them an e-mail at molecularmovies they might be able to point you in the right direction.

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here is something that glassworks developed a few years ago
http://www.heartworks.me.uk/
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here is something that glassworks developed a few years ago
http://www.heartworks.me.uk/
Interesting tool, anatomy atlases and flashcards will soon be long gone
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yeah i was learning maya when this was just finished. I remember being really impressed with the types of work you could do using maya.
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