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We are committed to raising awareness about how the digital transformation influences health care by engaging the public into new approaches, and possibilities that emerge from innovative R&D.




We design scicom formats to explore the interplay of science, tech, and art to stimulate critical dialog about, and implementation of new technology within society. The aim is to foster the engagement with, and ownership of future technology.

3D & Immersive Movies

We contribute 3D movies, for example to the Deep Space 8K at Ars Electronica Center.


Scientific Medical Footage & Sound Design

We develop movies in different formats (for example 4K, 2D, 3D, 360, immersive, interactive) for events, exhibitions, museums, TV and web.


Medical Interactive Hands-on Exhibits

We develop interactive exhibits for Science Center and exhibits.

„So it came about that this class understood artist based research…”                                          

Sonja Schachinger, proper partner KG, about our pupils workshop within the artist-in-residency

“Great visualization, sophisticated, cutting edge technologies and fore and foremost clinically valuable information!”

Dr. Dirk Simon, Siemens Digital Factory, about our 3D short movies


STEAM Imaging: An Artist-in-Residency Including Pupils

Connecting computer-assisted medicine with STEM-education, art and ethical topics.


Projects for Young Researchers

We are committed to inspiring the young to consider career pathways in science, research and development.


Information Graphics

We visualize complex processes in clinical routine for diagnosis and therapy support understandably. 


Meta-realistic Medical Moving Images

Our new method conveys medical interrelationships quickly and intuitively with innovative visualization technology.

Mobile Web Applications and Medical Augmented, Virtual Reality


An Art Installation: Poking Florian's Brain

The Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis

This short movie shows the dynamic reconstruction of the blood flow of a healthy human heart. New imaging methods for flow visualizations as shown are integrated into software assistants to help doctors determine how the blood flow changes due to heart diseases without using a catheter. They help calculate how the blood pressure and shear forces on the wall of the blood vessels change for patients with heart valve problems. Additional patient-specific numerical flow simulations could help estimate the benefits provided by a new heart valve before an intervention.  

Contact Press / Media

Bianka Hofmann

Head of Corporate Communication

Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS
Am Fallturm 1
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59231

Fax +49 421 218-9859231

Contact Press / Media

Alexander Köhn

Medical Web Applications, Computer Scientist

Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS
Am Fallturm 1
28359 Bremen

Phone +49 421 218-59242

Fax +49 421 218-9859242