News | May 23, 2011

Embedded High-Definition Volume Rendering Provides Web?Based PACS 3-D

May 23, 2011 - Fovia Medical Inc., a provider of PACS, RIS and teleradiology products, announced that Brit Systems will natively integrate Fovia’s High Definition Volume Rendering technology in all of the company’s image viewers and PACS workstations. Through Brit Systems’ browser-based viewing technology, clinicians will have 24-hour remote access to interactive advanced visualization.

Fovia’s HDVR engine allows Brit to deliver high performance 3-D imaging on all of its platforms (Windows, Mac, and Linux), locally or via the Web. With this seamless integration, Brit will take advantage of Fovia’s scalable, CPU-based, HDVR software solution to deliver cost-effective advanced visualization to its customers, while maintaining maximum flexibility to respond to the changing demands of the medical market.

Brit's Vision Viewer, PACSView, Brit Lite, and WebWorks (a browser-based viewer) will utilize HDVR transparently, offering game-changing access to advanced visualization with unprecedented workflow gains. Not only will medical imaging specialists be able to view their data anytime and anywhere, but they will be able to view extremely large data sets interactively, in real time with unparalleled quality and performance -- all using off-the-shelf hardware without expensive graphics cards. Brit will be unveiling a Vision Viewer prototype powered by HDVR at SIIM this year, showcasing their new, embedded 3-D functionality.

For more information: www.fovia.com, www.brit.com

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