3D Animation explaining basics of the human genome

Posted on: September 1, 2008

A dynamic 3D computer animated video takes you “inside” for a close-up look at how we’re made.  3D modeling and animation created by Bill Baker, Bakedmedia, Inc. and Mike Fisher for the National Human Genome Research Institute.

3 Responses to "3D Animation explaining basics of the human genome"

Video link NOT working!! (in Firefox 3)

I use Firefox 3, and it seems to work fine on mine, not sure what the problem is.

Yeah, I could, finally! I make it a point not to miss even a single video of yours, since I saw your HIV video. This one is also fantastic, the philosophical aspect and the tRNA part.

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