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Event on Arivis 4D and Arivis InViewR software for large data visualization and quantification
Posted March 20 2018
Watch out for the upcoming event organized by the CellNetworks Math-Clinic, Nikon Imaging Center and the SFB 1134.

What: Arivis 4D and Arivis InViewR software for large data visualization and quantification. Do not miss the software presentation open to all campus members on Monday, April 9 at 11:00 am, BioQuant 267, room 042.

 

When: April 9 and 10, 2018 What we plan: 3 hands on session of 2 hours, each one limited to maximum 5 participants. Registration is mandatory and registered participants are encouraged to bring their own data. The workshop is free of charge for registered participants. Online registration is now open: https://goo.gl/forms/7s0SchLM9IS5zcPG2

 

Why Arivis 4D: The Arivis Vision4D software is the state-of-the-art software to handle 3D (space), 4D (space and time) and 5D (space, time and channels) large data sets. The software allows to display and automatically quantify any biological data in a user friendly interface. Why Arivis InViewR: Nowadays virtual reality applications are becoming more and more powerful because they allow rendering and to quantify biomedical images from different perspectives. Arivis InViewR is a newly in rapid development virtual reality software used to display and semiautomatically quantify large biological image data in 3D (space), 4D (space and time), 5D (space, time and channels) environment. The software is used to navigate interactively through images and it is especially useful for scientists working in neuroscience, developmental biology, cell biology, cancer research and immunology. During the hands on session participants can navigate in a virtual reality environment across the sample, render region of interests from any angles and positions and make 3D/4D measurements that on a normal computer screen are rather difficult or impossible to perform. Arivis InViewR can be used to render many microscopy images such as light sheet, confocal (CLSM), 2-PM, electron microscopy, computer tomography and magnetic resonance tomography data.

 

The license and part of the hardware for the workshop is provided by arivis AG. Arivis 4D software is already available at the Math-Clinic core facility and campus members can use it after previous introduction. Arivis InViewR software is available for the entire workshop duration and the software licence will stay at the Math-Clinic core facility until middle of May for further tests. Campus members are welcome to schedule an appointment for testing the software on their own data. Please contact Carlo Beretta for further information (carlo.beretta [ aT ] bioquant.uni-heidelberg.de).