Technology | December 23, 2014

Brit Systems Launches Advanced Web-based 3D Viewing Tools

Add-in for WebWorks image browser allows 3-D viewing for any DICOM-based viewer

Brit Systems, WebWorks 3-D, advanced visualization, PACS, RSNA 2014

December 23, 2014 — Brit Systems released WebWorks 3D, an optional add-in tool for the company’s WebWorks zero-footprint image browser, at the 2014 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting and scientific assembly.

The 3-D tools include viewing a 3-D rendering that can be rotated; MIPS and MPRs, magnification, cross reference and locate tools, measurement tools and snapshot tools so an image can be saved as DICOM to the server for others to view. WebWorks provides browser-based viewing to any DICOM-capable picture archive and communication system (PACS) and vendor neutral archive (VNA), supports federating timelines across multiple DICOM servers and can be made available via URLs from within electronic medical records (EMRs). WebWorks 3D is available for locally installed systems or it can also be purchased as a service offering. The system is sized by the number of concurrent images that will be rendered.

For more information: www.brit.com

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