Hospital scene with props and 3D healthcare professionals
Gemma Da Silva

Gemma Da Silva

Published: September 06, 2023  •  1 min read

New Healthcare Assets Added to Enscape

Our last asset package for the year for the Windows OS provides adjustable props and scanned 3D people based in a hospital and laboratory setting.

These new assets are ready to drag and drop into your healthcare-themed renders 🏥.

3D healthcare assets including a wheelchair, patients, doctors

Now available in the Enscape Asset Library

We had a lot of fun scanning this latest collection of assets 😁. You'll find doctors, nurses, patients, laboratory staff, and hospital props that you can use within your medical-themed visualizations.

Remember that you can also adjust the color of certain clothing and assets to get the right look and feel with our adjustable assets.

Furthermore, and not healthcare-related, we've added a few vegetation items, including lavender cotton and wild sage. 

This new collection of assets includes:

  • 29 people assets ideal for your hospital and laboratory scenes
  • 59 adjustable hospital props
  • 24 vegetation assets  

3D people healthcare practitioners in a hospital setting

Access the new healthcare assets

If you already use Enscape 3.5, you will automatically see the new assets in the Asset Library. (If you use the offline Asset Library, you need to download the new assets by unticking and ticking the checkbox).

If you are not yet on the latest version of Enscape, upgrade for free to Enscape 3.5 to access the new healthcare asset package. You’ll also be able to access the new 3D bathroom assets and furniture assets that we recently added. 

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Gemma Da Silva
Gemma Da Silva

Gemma is part of the Content team at Chaos and loves to provide architects and designers with practical tips to improve their workflows and visualizations. If you have something you'd like to share with the wider Enscape community, email!