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Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

NCRRHistory IV3DAmong the list of important events in NCRR history published in the NIH Almanac is the release of the ImageVis3D Mobile visualization app developed under the CIBC. In the events listed for the year 2010 it states:

"Researchers led by Chris Johnson at the University of Utah's NCRR-supported Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing developed an iPhone application that is changing how and where doctors practice medicine. The ImageVis3D Mobile visualization program enables them to retrieve and view high-resolution 3-D medical images on their mobile phones."
iv3dThe ImageVis3D team is proud to announce the release of ImageVis3D 2.1.1.

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ImageVis3D is a desktop volume rendering application which was designed to visualize large data. Support is available for multiple rendering modes, such as 1D and 2D transfer functions, isosurface rendering, as well as specialized modes such as MIP and slice views. On modern systems, ImageVis3D's GPU-accelerated rendering delivers incredible performance, while compatibility options exist to allow ImageVis3D to perform adequately on older systems.
iv3d-mobileThe ImageVis3D development team is proud to announce the release of ImageVis3D (IV3D) Mobile 3.0! IV3D Mobile is a mobile visualization application designed to visualize and share volume and surface data while you are on the go. With ImageVis3D (available for free at www.imagevis3d.com) and ImageVis3D Mobile you can transfer your own data directly from the desktop to your mobile device. ImageVis3D supports all iPads, iPod touches and iPhones (older devices have a more limited feature set). Version 3.0 adds support for server based rendering, when connected to a render server the application can generate images of much higher quality that it would be possible with client based rendering alone.
scirun-4-6The SCIRun development team is pleased to announce the release of SCIRun 4.6 with meshing tools. SCIRun 4.6 is available as a binary download for Windows and OS X, and as a source download for Linux.


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See also the Release notes.
iv3dThe ImageVis3D team is proud to announce the release of ImageVis3D 2.0. Download ImageVis3D is a desktop volume rendering application which was designed to visualize large data. Support is available for multiple rendering modes, such as 1D and 2D transfer functions, isosurface rendering, as well as specialized modes such as MIP and slice views. On modern systems, ImageVis3D's GPU-accelerated rendering delivers incredible performance, while compatibility options exist to allow ImageVis3D to perform adequately on older systems.

ImageVis3D 2.0 is a major release, bringing many new features and a great number of bugfixes. Changes since 1.3 include: