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Photographs that reveal an alien planet? No – the breathtaking animated simulations of the world within the HUMAN BODY

  • Animators at the XVIVO studio have produced stunning short movies of the internal workings of the human body
  • The Connecticut-based artists have magnified some areas of the human body by up to 10 million times
  • Produced as part of a project to help students and scientists understand the human anatomy in a new way
  • Amongst the areas captured are bone marrow, the components of a single cell and individual virus particles
PUBLISHED: 10:19 GMT, 4 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:58 GMT, 4 June 2013
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Animators have created remarkable pictures that resemble an alien landscape from the latest science fiction blockbuster, but are in fact ultra-realistic representations of the inside of a human body.
Produced by studio XVIVO in Hartford, Connecticut in the U.S., the movies magnify areas of our insides by up to 10 million times.
The 3D images were produced as part of a project aimed to help students and scientists understand the human body in new and creative ways.
XVIVO compiled the collection for institutions including Harvard, Pfizer, and the United States Department of Defence and used replications of electron micrographs, medical illustrations and photographs to recreate snapshots of parts of the body at a molecular level.
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This is an image of kinesin, a motor protein that is capable of moving across a cell.

An underwater world?: This is an image of kinesin (yellow, centre), a motor protein that is capable of moving across a cell. Kinesins are able to ‘walk’ along microtubules, filament-like protein structures within cells that are involved in a variety of cellular processes, ranging from cell division to transportation of certain chemicals within cells
Animators have included motion images of the inner ear, bone marrow and the protective structure inside the gastrointestinal tract amongst other areas.
Although the project used real data, the equipment used to produce the microscopic imagery produces no colour, so illustrators added their own shades, tints and tones.
Michael Astrachan, a partner in XVIVO said: ‘Aesthetically inspirational art moves people. We can take information that is typically taught in a bland, uninspiring two dimensional textbook and bring it to life through a meaningful and inspirational journey.’
He added: ‘Beauty and scientific-accuracy exemplifies XVIVO’s work. Our animations allow people to clearly understand complex science and biological processes.’


A magnified image of a virus blebbing inside human body. In cell biology, a bleb is an irregular bulge in the plasma membrane of a cell.

Resembling an alien biodome: A magnified image of a virus ‘blebbing’ inside human body. In cell biology, a ‘bleb’ is an irregular bulge in the plasma membrane of a cell. This often occurs when a cell dies but blebbing also has important functions in other cellular processes, including cell movement and cell division
Image of a marrow cavity where Hematopoietic stem cells are found inside human body.

Image of a marrow cavity where Hematopoietic stem cells are found inside human body. These cells are called ‘multipotent stem cells’, and are responsible for the production of all blood cells. Through a process known as ‘hematopoiesis’ these cells mature into white blood cells (which protect us from infection), red blood cells (which carry oxygen to the cells in our bodies), and platelets (which help curb bleeding after injury)
Bateriophage a type of virus that infects and replicates within bacteria

A creature from Mars?: This image is of a microscopic bateriophage, a type of virus that infects and replicates within bacteria
A computer generated image of Sterocilia, the sensing organelles of hair cells found in the inner ear

Extra-terrestrial canyons: A computer generated image of Sterocilia, the sensing organelles of hair cells found in the inner ear. They respond to motion for various functions, including hearing and balance inside human body. The hair cells turn the fluid pressure and other stimuli into electrical signals that travel to the brain where they are interpreted as sound
This image shows the microscopic process of how how ATP - a form of energy - is produced within mitochondria inside cells

This image shows the microscopic process of how how ATP – a form of energy – is produced within mitochondria inside cells
Here intestinal microvilli from the small intenstine are pictured. Microvilli are responsible for absorbing nutrients into the bloodstream, for transport to the liver and other cells.

Here intestinal microvilli from the small intenstine are pictured. Microvilli are responsible for absorbing nutrients into the bloodstream, for transport to the liver and other cells. In order to increase the amount of nutrients taken into the bloodstream, each villus itself has dozens of microvilli, to increase greatly the surface area
Image of Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGF-beta), a polypeptide found in the human body and milk.

Image of Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGF-beta), a polypeptide found in the human body and milk.
Golgi apparatus are minute organelles found in most complex cells. Golgi apparatus package proteins inside the cell before they are sent to their destination to perform a function

Golgi apparatus are minute organelles found inside most complex cells. They help package proteins inside the cell before they are sent to a part of the body to perform a whatever their job is
Pericytes are pictured on a capillary (a small blood vessel).

Pericytes (green) are pictured on a capillary (a small blood vessel). Pericytes regulate capillary blood flow as well as the clear vessel of cellular debris. In the brain they help sustain the blood-brain barrier


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-There are about one trillion bacteria on each of your feet. 

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-Your body gives off enough heat in 30 minutes to bring half a gallon of water to a boil. 
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-Your teeth start growing 6 months before you are born. 
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-Your thumb is the same length of your nose. 

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