News | Advanced Visualization | November 24, 2015

Fovia Announces XStream HDVR Web SDK

Write once and run anywhere! Web-based advanced visualization  

Fovia, Inc., the developer of High Definition Volume Renderingand a world leader in imaging technology, today announced a new development platform, XStream HDVR Web SDK. This platform enables F.A.S.T. development of a flexible class of web-based applications, providing anytime, anywhere access to advanced data visualization in many fields, including medicine, biotechnology, life sciences, geosciences and manufacturing.  Through a client-side interface, XStream HDVR Web SDK enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to write advanced visualization applications one time and distribute them across any Web browser or mobile device.

XStream HDVR Web SDK uses pure client-side JavaScript code that is automatically downloaded and supported on any Web-enabled device, making state-of-the-art volume rendering capabilities available through an extensible architecture that allows the creation of zero-footprint, HTML5 web clients and applications. Fully functional windows, enabled by XStream HDVR, can be quickly and easily embedded into web pages, thereby rapidly accelerating time-to-market.

The XStream HDVR Web SDK platform makes integrated development of rich visualization applications possible via advanced component examples. Additionally, real-time collaboration is facilitated, allowing workflows to be shared and viewed across multiple devices within and between locations, regardless of geographic distance or data size.

“With our XStream HDVR Web SDK, Fovia is proud to expand the accessibility of our scalable, CPU-based XStream HDVR to include any web-enabled device,” said David Wilkins, vice president, business development. “Our valued partners now have additional opportunities to offer High Definition Volume Rendering to their customers through the cloud, thereby avoiding cumbersome software installation and annoying updates."

For more information: www.fovia.com. 

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