Some samples may be too large to be imaged in a single field of view at the desired resolution. Mosaic tiling can commonly workaround this limitation and the arivis Tile Sorter can conveniently stitch such images into a single large volume. In some cases mosaic tiling may not be sufficient and it may be necessary to move/turn the sample to image the complete volume which can prevent stitching methods that rely on translation alone. The new arivis Volume Fusion Module overcomes these limitations and allows to fuse volumes based on landmarks and/or the free movement, rotation and scaling of a surface representation.Talk with an Expert
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The arivis Imaging Platform is a flexible computing universe for Imaging Science that scales, parallelizes, integrates and connects all imaging workflows, sparking organization-wide image data proficiency and efficiency at all levels. The integrated toolsets take care of everything from the file storage format to user and project-specific computations to reporting. The computational and management hubs that comprise the platform connect your datasets and take care of your central imaging databases and can expose data assets - including raw data and specified portions of raw data - to Machine Learning and AI routines.
Your modular software platform for extracting results from scientific images. Adjusts to your hardware for maximum power and smooth interactivity even with large image datasets of virtually unlimited size. Bring diverse tools into one environment and enable your users to connect them into productive workflows. Highly interactive for optimization and quality at every step. Extend Vision4D directly via Python and connect it to other applications via libraries.VisionVR Display real image data in Virtual Reality by utilizing patent-pending direct volume rendering techniques with no need to convert data or create surface models. Directly use your hands to move, rotate, scale, and shape your digital image data. Interactively proofread, edit, track or segment multi-dimensional images from nearly any source instrument. Discuss your findings and results worldwide in a collaborative connected environment.