Technology | July 01, 2010

Visualization Software to Incorporate High-Definition Volume Rendering

July 1, 2010 – Two companies recently announced they will work together to produce improved 3-D advanced visualization software. Intelerad Medical Systems will partner with Fovia Inc. to provide integrated High-Definition Volume Rendering (HDVR) for its flagship IntelePACS and InteleOne software solutions.

Advanced 3-D visualization is a critical component of medical care and is essential in clinical diagnosis and surgical planning. With the increasing amount of data acquired by modern modalities and the growing practice of teleradiology, it has become almost impossible for radiologists to view and interpret thousands of images without the support of advanced 3-D visualization, especially over low-bandwidth wide area networks.
Fovia’s HDVR software offers interactive CPU-based real-time rendering of large data sets in 3-D.

Intelerad and Fovia’s strategic partnership will give users the ability to make better decisions through effective utilization of imaging data. HDVR overcomes current imaging limitations by allowing fast visualization and analysis of large amounts of data and its seamless distribution to users in different locations.

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