Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

seg3d-2-0We are pleased to announce the next generation Seg3D. Version 2.0 features a new more user-friendly interface, better session and project management, many new filters, and many more improvements to ensure stability. Although most of the functionality from the old version has been ported to this new version, some features like volume rendering are scheduled for the next release, version 2.1. The new version of Seg3D is available in binary format for Windows and OS X. Although a 32 bit version for Windows is available, the new version is made to run on a 64 bit operating system. Download Seg3D
scirun-4-5The SCIRun development team are pleased to announce the release of SCIRun 4.5 with meshing tools. SCIRun 4.5 is available as a binary download for Windows and OS X, and as a source download for Linux.


Release notes

scirun-4-4The SCIRun development team is pleased to announce the completion of SCIRun 4.4 with meshing tools. SCIRun 4.4 is available as a binary download for Windows and OS X and as a source download for Linux. The new binaries and source tar archives can be downloaded from our Software page.
iv3d-mobile-2-0ImageVis3D developers are pleased to announce the release of ImageVis3D Mobile Universal 2.0.

It is available from the Apple iTunes App Store.
iv3d-nuclearSALT LAKE CITY -- The future of computers is here, and University of Utah scientists keep pushing the envelope. They have developed new imaging programs that turn complex data into brilliant pictures you can view on your iPhone or iPad.

ImageVis3D Mobile became available last fall, and new applications are emerging. The latest is an app that simulates a nuclear reaction.

The colorful, clear, 3-D images are created by ImageVis3D. The program takes abstract phenomena and data and turns it into something we can see and better understand. Those pictures help with teaching college students and with collaboration among professionals. They also point to the future of computers for all of us.