(NOT anatomical) Cars!

Well, it finally happened. I got my first gig as a biomedical visualizer. Wait a second, it’s not exactly for biomedical visualization. But it IS for visualization! I met a patent lawyer on the train to St. Louis last summer, and gave him my contact info. And he found me on linked in, and wanted me to do a patent drawing! I’m well on my way to becoming a… patent illustrator? I don’t know, it sounds really cool… but let’s not get crazy here. I didn’t even get paid for this. It’s to “see if I’d be a good fit” type thing. Oh man I probably shouldn’t spent 5 hours on it… One thing is that I had to bring back my Adobe Illustrator skills… a good thing!

This guy does work with autonomous cars. They can drive themselves! Here is depiction of what I drew, but I need to keep some privacy so I left out some specifics. Pretty excited about this.

sketch of oblique view

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About Claire Shapleigh, Biomedical Visualization

Hi, my name is Claire and I'm in my second year of the Biomedical Visualization MS program at UIC. It's a combination of art and science, and it's pretty fun. So far I've dissected a human body and learned how to draw in 2D using a computer AND my hand, and I'm about to learn how to 3D model. Holler at me if you have any questions about the program!

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