Visualization and Navigation
The arivis WebView convinces with an intuitive and user-friendly interface. A navigator window provides an overview of the whole image while a position rectangle shows the position of the visible image region. In both the navigation and the image detail window, an active navigation is possible. With the arivis WebView you have the option to either use predefined zoom levels or the zoom tool for free and smooth zoom. arivis Vision4D for the processing and analysis of large image data, arivis provides the WebView system which uses a web-based client/server technology in order to provide large image data via internet. In order to visualize the data processed by the server, a common web browser is sufficient. Using the WebGL technology, we can even render interactive 3D data fast and at high quality in a standard web browser. Since this is a standard compliant solution, the 3D technology can be implemented in any web applications as well and interact with already existing systems.
Therewith, a variety of user scenarios arise for training courses, project work or for the presentation of large image data.
In order to process your image data, arivis WebView provides extensive annotation possibilities which can be applied on your image planes using different shapes and colors. Once the annotations are created, they can be filtered and analyzed according to various criteria.
The arivis WebView makes it possible that several users have access to one and the same image file to use the functionality of annotations. That means that annotations can for example be used to cooperatively mark, measure or edit Regions of Interest (ROIs) by several users.
The base technology used by the arivis WebView is the arivis ImageCore, that stores and manages image data in a unique data format which ensures mutual data processing without data convertions or additional adaptions. The arivis ImageCore is integrated into the web application server and responsible for delivering the image tiles.
Both the server and the client implementation of the arivis WebView have a modular format. That is why the modules can be easily extended and adapted to specific scenarios according to the respective application or customer requirements.