Technology | December 01, 2011

Vizua Debuts Interactive, Cloud-Based 3-D Scan Visualization and Collaboration Platform

December 1, 2011 – Vizua introduced an interactive, cloud-based 3-D scan visualization and collaboration platform at RSNA 2011. Designed to extend the capabilities of radiology practices, Vizua enables real-time exploration and sharing of high-definition 3-D views created directly from traditional 2-D scans. Because Vizua is accessed through a Web browser, the technology works on any system and costs less than today’s 2-D offerings. The easy to use syste allows access to images by both referring physicians and patients.

“Vizua takes the 2-D sliced views produced by MRI [magnetic resonance imaging], CT [computed tomography] and ultrasound scans and combines them to create a 3-D model that can be viewed on any system and shared instantly with anyone around the world,” said Dean Lester, CEO at Vizua. “With performance and collaboration capabilities that surpass those of all other systems on the market today, Vizua enhances communication between radiologists, physicians and patients without the need for major capital investment.”

Vizua will be in booth 7156 in North Building, Hall B. Demonstrations of the technology will be available on multiple platforms, including iPads and autostereoscopic displays, as part of the Vizua exhibit.

For more information: www.vizua3d.com

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