arivis InViewR demo at the NIH

Microscopy Images in Virtual Reality (VR) - The present and future of image visualization and analysis

InViewR demo at NIH

Virtual Reality is now a reality for visualizing and analyzing real research images from microscopes of all types. From confocal to multi-photon to light sheet to EM to X-ray (even CT’s) and every modality in-between images can be imported into VR space with no conversion necessary.

Users can then gain new insights into their data by examining structural relationships in an immersive environment. Precise and instant 3D positioning allows for more rapid, accu¬rate, and efficient annotation, segmentation, and analysis of datasets compared to traditional desktop software.

A presentation will highlight what is currently possible with this groundbreaking technology and hands on sessions we be offered following to allow those interested to experience and test the technology.


Any researcher / clinician who acquires, light, EM, X-Ray, or CT images in 3D and performs image visualization and analysis.


Monday August 14th


LRBGE Optical Microscopy Core, NIH Bethesda, Building 41, Conference room C507/C509


Presentation starts at 11:00 A.M. -11:30 A.M.

Individual VR experiences:

12:00 P.M. -5:00 P.M.

Sponsored by:  

CCR/LRBGE Optical Microscopy Core (Tatiana Karpova, 240-760-6637), arivis AG

VR System:

arivis InViewR 

>> Download poster here <<

Monday, 2017, August 14