the study of all branches of science, in motion; generally through computeranimations in order to clarify complex phenomena, convey an idea or test a hypothesis which would be much harder to solve in any other way.
Kemin AgriFoods commissioned Cortical Studios to create a film that details the mechanism of action of CLOSTAT. CLOSTAT contains a proprietary, patented bacterial strain of Bacillus subtilis, PB6. PB6 is a unique, naturally occurring spore-forming microorganism. Kemin identified and selected the specific strain of PB6 because it secretes an active substance that helps maintain the balance of microflora in the intestinal tract of poultry and livestock. This film won Cortical Studios the gold world medal at the 2014 New York Festivals - World's Best TV & Films (equivalent of the Oscars for commissioned films) in the category of Instruction & Education and the bronze medal in the category of Animation. In 2013 it was a finalist in the Global Awards with its special focus on science and health care.
Although started in the late 90s, it was in 2006 that The Inner Life of the Cell reached the widest audience on Earth: Youtube.
Originally planned as a classroom tool, Inner Life takes the viewer through many of the inner workings of a leukocyte (or white blood cell) showing many of the cellular structures and organelles along the way. (edited from www.artofthecell.com)