3D molecules from ChemDraw 21.0 animated in PowerPoint
With the introduction of new 3D functions in ChemDraw 21.0, I thought this would be a good time to demonstrate the kind of stuff that can be done. Together with the "convert to 3D" function that was introduced in a previous version of ChemDraw, the new ability to generate 3D objects opens up many possibilities. For example, you can now easily embed molecules inside a fullerene or a nanotube, then manipulate this 3D object in PowerPoint.
In the following video, I give a few examples of the kind of stuff that can be done. All 3D structures were generated in one click from ChemDraw 21, and all movement/animation was done directly in PowerPoint through simple animations and the use of the Morph slide transition.
Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions!