Technology | Advanced Visualization | January 11, 2017

F.A.S.T. Development on XStream HDVR Web SDK Platform Now Available

App Builder allows OEMs to quickly develop and deliver browser-based 3-D imaging products

January 11, 2017 — Fovia Inc. recently introduced the addition of XStream HDVR Web App Builder to its software development kit (SDK) portfolio. By combining Fovia's advanced volume rendering capabilities with a robust set of web-based developer tools, original equipment manufacturers can quickly deliver browser-based 3-D imaging products to the medical, dental, industrial, geoscience, bioscience and life science markets.

The XStreamHDVRWeb App Builder represents a paradigm shift in web-based visualization development, according to Fovia. It is ideal for companies that want to minimize the time and effort required to develop new cloud-based imaging applications or migrate their existing imaging applications to the cloud.

Built on the XStream HDVR Web SDK platform, this offering provides expanded web developer capabilities for implementing and deploying zero footprint, cloud-ready imaging products quickly and easily. OEMs are able to provide their customers with best-in-class imaging, anytime, anywhere, on desktops, laptops and mobile devices without requiring software to be downloaded or installed, according to Fovia.

The XStream HDVR Web App Builder includes an extensive library of advanced workflow examples, such as F.A.S.T. Cardiac, F.A.S.T. Pulmonary, F.A.S.T.Renal and F.A.S.T. Colonography. The workflow examples provide a time-saving starting point and are accompanied with other features in the XStream HDVR Web App Builder that make it easy for OEMs to customize interfaces for their particular markets. OEMs may also choose to start with a more basic workflow, such as F.A.S.T.MPR, which can be embedded directly into web pages with a minimal amount of development.

The new application was displayed at the 102nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 27 - Dec. 1, 2016, in Chicago

For more information: www.fovia.com

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