Medical animation is an integral part of any medical technology, as it can deliver a clear details about medical Legal Animation technology. The development in computer software and hardware with the efforts by various universities have developed a link between science and art, which led to a formation of new generation of information, technology, and designers in the medical field for both scientific and medical illustration purposes. The combination of scientific analysis with high end computer graphics and animation capabilities is expected to take the medical sector to the next level of advancement. Rising prevalence of cancer followed by rising R&D activities using 3D animation technology for visualization during new drug development will create the demand for animated studies Courtroom Animation to explain the drug mechanisms expected propel the industry growth over the forecast period. As, 3D animation is one of the adopted medical animation type by companies that enable better sense and depth of procedure or a particular product which helps to capture the interest and leave a positive impression or motivate people to make a purchase.

The global medical animation market is valued at US$ 176.60 million in 2017 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 19.3% over the forecast period (2017 – 2025).

Increasing adoption of medical animation techniques by healthcare professionals for demonstrating medical procedures or other scientific purposes with a significantly higher comprehension is expected to propel growth of the medical animation market. Since this technology aids in educating patients, an increasing patient enrolment in disease management or wellness programs is witnessed. This showcases the potential for this technology in near future. Fusion of this medical animation into the mobile apps by combining real time media rich content with measurable data and configurable tools for various medical device and pharmaceutical company sales is also expected to create a lucrative opportunities for the growth of the medical animation market. For instance, on October, 2017, infuse produced 3D animation for Terumo Trima to promote an update to one of their existing product line, highlighting the new features of the updated device. On the contrary, the restraining factor for the medical animation market is high cost required for generating medical animation videos and investment in such products. Besides, it requires prior training of the company employees to increase their productivity.