Date: 3-4 January 2019
Venue: Central Teaching Hub at The University of Liverpool
Find us at booth #720
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 representatives. 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.
About the meeting
The next Facility Managers Meeting aimed at people running or working in light microscopy facilities will be held at the University of Liverpool.From very humble beginnings, we have grown to a much more significant and influential community of facility managers. Numbers of attendees have grown 10 fold since the first meeting in 2006 as more and more facilities have opened. We now represent one of the best organised facility groupings in the UK if not indeed the world.Following on from previous years, you can expect to find out more on the latest developments in UK Bioimaging and how we can feed in to wider international groups that are starting up. We will also discuss some of the basic elements (funding, impact measures) of running a core facility as well as the latest technological and application developments that effect ourselves and our users.
|Strategies and solutions for 4D large image data handling & flexible analysis||David Wiles|
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