46th Annual Scottish Microscopy Symposium

Date: 5 December 2018

Venue: Chester Hotel, 59-63 Queen's Road, Aberdeen

arivis will attend the Scottish Microscopy Group's 46th Annual Symposium in Aberdeen. Microscopy is at the forefront of current biomedical research, being used across all size and time scales. Scotland has not only world-leading microscopy facilities, but are also leading the way with instrument design and implementation. This meeting will showcase some of the exciting developments that are being made, bringing together biologists and physicists using and developing cutting edge microscopy and image analysis techniques.

Our new version of the desktop software Vision4D for Analysis of Microscope 3D and 4D Image Data will be shown at the arivis booth by our sales representative Tamara Manuelian. arivis Vision4D, the leading product of the arivis Platform, consisting of three compatible software solutions therefore gets an upgrade in a class of its own to make the image analysis fit the experimental task.

Immerse yourself into the world of Virtual Reality with arivis InViewR displays real image data in VR by utilizing patent pending direct volume rendering techniques with no need to convert data or make surface models. The latest InViewR sets new standards for analyzing life science research images by enabling efficient, accurate, and interactive proofreading, proof-editing, and de-novo segmentation of multi-dimensional images from virtually any source instrument.
Freed from being tied to a mouse like on a desktop computer and with depth perception equivalent to the real word, a person’s hands are unencumbered to simply reach into the data to precisely and intuitively mark, measure, classify, edit, and segment.  

 

For more information contact us here:

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arivis Vision4D

The most advanced 3D/4D imaging software dedicated for working with multi-channel 2D, 3D and 4D images of almost unli... » more

arivis InViewR

The next generation Virtual Reality software for imaging in Life- & Medical Sciences. Since its first display at Neur... » more

arivis WebView

Web-based server solution for visualizing multi-gigabyte 2D and 3D image data via the Internet. » more


  

Duration: 
Wednesday, 2018, December 5