An one minute animation describes the structure of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) with minimalist visual style. Low-poly meshes were used to represent proteins; simple texts were put on proteins to indicate their functions. This animation is an entry to the autoPACK Visualization Challenge on CGSociety. This animation was made in 2013.
An animation reveals the microscopic and molecular changes during yogurt making. It was created in collaboration with Dr. Harold McGee, author of On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen. This animation was made in 2012.
The Si(111) 7×7 reconstruction was one of the most complicated surface structures. It took surface scientists over 25 years to solve its structure. It has been a test bed for many important surface imaging and analysis techniques, including scanning tunneling microscope (STM) and atomic force microscope (AFM). This animation helps the viewers to understand this surface structure. The animation was made in 2008.
This short animation describes the relationship between graphene and single-walled carbon nanotube. In this animation, 3 different carbon nanotubes (armchair, chiral, and zig-zag) are generated by rolling up the same graphene nanoribbon along different directions. The animation was made in 2009.