EDM Studio Inc - software

By: Edm Studio  09-12-2011

Interactive 3D

Pictured here is our medical visualization demonstration where audience members turn, tilt, and slice a virtual head to reveal high-resolution photographic data. The model is displayed in 3D by simultaneously projecting left-eye and right-eye images onto a rear projection screen. When viewers wear filtered glasses to decode the overlaid images, the head appears to float in space.

Artistic Renderings

This image of an E.Coli Biofilm was commissioned for the cover of one of the world's leading scientific publications. EDM Studio's ability to deliver accurate representations of scientific data is complemented by our skill in creating visually appealing graphics.

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EDM Studio Inc - design

When it comes to interactives, we believe that three elements make for a memorable experience: group play, unique interfaces, and compelling digital content. Creativity, the ability to turn inspiration into something meaningful, is informed by constantly exploring new ideas. Inspiration, the seed of every project, is fueled by an awareness of available technologies and tested designs.


EDM Studio Inc - consulting

With across-the-board expertise in the details of experience design (including story development, audio-visual hardware, lighting, art direction, IT, software development, real-time and canned animation, engineering, and fabrication), EDM Studio will confidently manage a multitude of specialized sub-contractors.


EDM Studio Inc - fabrication

Whether working with water jet cutters, lasers, or 5-axis milling machines, this approach ensures that each finished part fits perfectly with the rest of the assembly. EDM Studio has developed efficient design-to-fabrication pipelines using a network of extremely talented engineers, machinists, cabinet makers, and technicians.


EDM Studio Inc - systems

The success of immersive installations - those involving large projection surfaces and powerful audio-visual equipment - depends as much on compelling content as physical infrastructure. As a general rule, we advise clients to apportion half of the budget to equipment and fit-out, and half to the development of quality content. Large immersive displays accomodate multiple visitors, reinforcing the social nature of the museum experience.