Enhancing Health, Safety, and Environmental Awareness through Animation: A Multifaceted Approach

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 58-68
By

Titas Jana

Subhabrata Khara

  1. Student Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT) West Bengal India
  2. Student Haldia Institute of Technology, Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education Complex West Bengal India

Abstract

Animation is a process of visualizing different modes of communication by making an illusion of motion in sequences, which makes an easy medium between the maker and the viewer. Animation design is poised to revolutionize the realms of environment, health, and safety in the future world. This study explores the pivotal role of animation in these domains and its potential impact on shaping a more sustainable and secure future. Concerning health and safety, animation offers a unique platform for educating individuals on preventive measures, emergency protocols, and health-related information. In the future world, animated simulations can provide comprehensive training modules for healthcare professionals, emergency responders, and the general public. These simulations can simulate realistic scenarios, enabling learners to practice decision-making in controlled, risk-free environments. Additionally, animated content can illustrate health guidelines, hygiene practices, and safety procedures, enhancing public awareness and promoting adherence to protocols for a healthier and safer society. In the field of environmental studies, animation serves as a powerful tool for visualizing complex ecological systems, climate change scenarios, and the consequences of human impact on the environment. Through immersive and interactive animations, concepts related to biodiversity, deforestation, pollution, and sustainable practices can be effectively communicated to a broad audience, fostering awareness and inspiring proactive change. Furthermore, the visualization of innovative solutions, such as renewable energy sources or conservation efforts, through animation, can encourage global participation in environmental preservation.

Keywords: Animation, health, safety, environment, computer graphics, visualization

[This article belongs to Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions(rrjohp)]

How to cite this article: Titas Jana, Subhabrata Khara. Enhancing Health, Safety, and Environmental Awareness through Animation: A Multifaceted Approach. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions. 2024; 14(01):58-68.
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Volume 14
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Received February 15, 2024
Accepted March 21, 2024
Published April 23, 2024