Airborne Museum- field hospital

The final closeup.

The final closeup.

Operating table, which could be adjusted flat or leaning for the patient, or folded up for transport.

Operating table, which could be adjusted flat or leaning for the patient, or folded up for transport.

Box shelves. Each chest contained the necessary materials for one shelf, which could be unpacked and built as needed.

Box shelves. Each chest contained the necessary materials for one shelf, which could be unpacked and built as needed.

First aid kits, and other small medical items. Boxes contain a variety of medicines and bandages, the medical tags would have been used to keep track of patients.

First aid kits, and other small medical items. Boxes contain a variety of medicines and bandages, the medical tags would have been used to keep track of patients.

Coleman Sterilizer N. 527, used to sterilize forceps, scalpels, and other equipment.

Coleman Sterilizer N. 527, used to sterilize forceps, scalpels, and other equipment.

Trailer for the HistoPad Airborne project! Featuring work by the whole team at Histovery!

Airborne Museum- field hospital

A closeup view inside a field hospital tent, for the Airborne Museum Histopad project. We worked with the historians and curator at the Airborne Museum of Sainte Mere Eglise to create a scenes that is fully historically accurate, based on the military hospital at La Colombiere.

Responsible for all aspects, including modeling, texturing, and rendering

For more information on Histovery and the Histopad at the Airborne Museum, check out our website here- https://histovery.com/nos-realisations/airborne-museum/?lang=en or come visit the Airborne Museum in Normandy!

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