Your guIf image analysis is a place you fear to tread, or if you struggle with over complicated and time-consuming microscopy image analysis workflows, this is your opportunity to go beyond those limits.
We are pleased to announce our biggest update to arivis InViewR so far. Version 2.0.0 brings several new tools enabling users to proof-read and edit segmentations done in arivis Vision4D or perform their own manual or semi-automatic segmentation in Virtual Reality.
Attracting a large number of enthusiastic scientists from various countries, arivis showcased a completely new way to perform image analysis in microscopy using virtual reality in a much more efficient and interactive way.
Munich, Germany, 10 November 2017
arivis AG is the main sponsor of the EMBO Practical Course: Current Methods in Cell Biology at the EMBL Heidelberg, Germany, from 11th - 19th September 2017.
Thanks David Wiles for representing arivis at a great and challenging event.
The arivis Vision4D version 2.12.5 provides a lot of new features to simplify and speed-up your analysis workflow.
We are pleased to announce that the arivis Importer 2.12.4 is available now.
Virtual Reality in Göttingen at the German Neuroscience Society: The new version of arivis' Virtual Reality software InViewR inspired numerous neuroscientists visiting the ZEISS booth.
See how you can travel through the brain using arivis InViewR