The Science Visualization Lab of the University of Applied Arts has been treading new paths for many years to make science tangible and visible. For this purpose, the design tools of computer animation, documentary film and immersive experiences are used in a variety of ways to convey scientific information and images. The presented videos show the lab’s most successful projects, but also their development paths and underlying data. As an example, not only the micro and nano world, but also the path as a destination becomes visible. Size scales that are invisible without technical aids can be made tangible through digital data from our very physical world. The projects shown are LIFE and NOISE AQUARIUM, which deal with the effects of plastic and noise pollution on plankton, CRISPR/Cas9-NHEJ: ACTION IN THE NUCLEUS, which deals with genetic manipulation and VIRUS DICE, which presents the SARS-CoV-2 virus and our existence as a function of relationships with different probabilities.