Technology | November 05, 2010

High-Definition Volume Rendering Maximizes 3-D Performance

November 5, 2010 – A new PACS module incorporates industry-leading high-definition volume rendering (HDVR) software. IntelePACS 3D, by Intelerad, uses Fovia’s HDVR system.

High performance volumetric rendering is important as the amount of data acquired by modern modalities increases and as teleradiology becomes more popular.

The IntelePACS 3D employs intelligent, hybrid client and server rendering technology. It also optimizes speed through its multi-mode image streaming design, while utilizing 64-bit and multicore CPU resources for top performance.

It facilitates image distribution and on-the-fly access to 3-D images in real time, eliminating the need for back-and-forth iterations with technologists or a dedicated lab for data reconstruction.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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