Alexander Tsiaras: Visualized Conception to birth!

From Conception to Birth - Fertilized Ovule

From Conception to Birth - Fertilized Ovule

In this TED conference Alexander Tsiaras takes us in an incredible journey through the springing of human life, following sperm up to conception and as of there in a beautifully illustrated journey with cutting edge electronic visualization and mapping up to the moment of birth itself.

Alexander Tsiaras: Is an artist and technologist, Tsiaras participated in developing scientific visualization software to enable him to “paint” the human anatomy using volume data. He incorporated a company — Anatomical Travelogue to use his experience and knowledge for medical imaging and content production. The recipient of numerous awards, including the World Press Award and several Art Director’s Awards, Tsiaras and his work have been featured on more than 120 covers of magazines including LIFE, TIME, New York Times Magazine, Discover, Smithsonian, GEO and the London Sunday Times Magazine. He is the author of “From Conception to Birth: a Life Unfolds,” “Architecture and Design of Man and Woman: The Marvel of the Human Body, Revealed,” “The InVision Guide to a Healthy Heart,” and “The InVision Guide to Sexual Health.”

Tsiaras has lectured at many conferences including the National Library of Medicine (NLM/NIH) Scientific Visualization Conference, TED, TEDMED, Ink Conference (in association with TED India), Molecular Imaging 2020,  and Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR). Tsiaris has also lectured with Stephen Hawking at the MIT Media Lab.

Tsiaras has lectured at many conferences including the National Library of Medicine (NLM/NIH) Scientific Visualization Conference, TED, TEDMED, Ink Conference (in association with TED India), Molecular Imaging 2020,  and Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR). Tsiaris has also lectured with Stephen Hawking at the MIT Media Lab.

Watch Alexander Tsiaras world acclaimed video From Conception to Birth:

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