Project "Next Generation Helicopter" visualises the future of rescue helicopter functionality, in order to improve in-flight diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Blink was responsible for all 3d modeling, animation, rendering and final comp on this project.
Client: Norsk Luftambulanse
Project manager: Ørjan Sveen
The camera revolves around the Agusta Westland AW-169 helicopter, modified from the earlier AW-139 version of the aircraft.
Cabin door opens, showing stretcher in in-flight position.
Stretcher is moved via floor rails, revolves 90 degrees from in-flight position and tilts downwards to receive patient.
After in-flight CT scanning of the patient, the stretcher is lowered down and placed back into in-flight position for reduced stress caused by g-forces and helicopter vibrations.
Conceptual helmet modification, showing interactive heads-up display on the visor.
Render of the LSU (Lærdal Suction Unit) asset we created for the interior.
Lifepack 15 defibrillator 3d asset created for the cabin interior.
Interior 3d assets
An overview of the various interior 3d models we created for the project (from left to right):
* Conceptual stretcher which revolves, moves up/down and tilts
* Drawer and shelf modules
* Cabin seat
* CereTom in-cabin CT-scanner
* Pilot helmet with interactive HUD display
* Overhead ceiling camera
* Lab machine
* Lifepack 15 defibrillator
* Medical equipment rack with monitor, syringe dispenser and ECMO unit
* LSU - Lærdal Suction Unit