After the creation of the motion comic Immuno-T, a story in motion, prof. Tessa Kerra approached us again to think about new ways to give a stronger in-depth look on the scientific details. The motion comic is already covering a part of it, but simplifies some steps. This extra addition would fill those gaps.
During prototyping, we looked into Sketchfab and decided to use this platform to share 3D-models and add notations to them. It's even possible to view the content in VR & AR. Which makes it perfect as a tool to get a closer look at what's happening.
After deciding to use Sketchfab, we started drawing storyboards to explain the different steps of the process. After that, we created 3D-models, added animation, rendered the whole scene as a video and did an export to Sketchfab.