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Ez3D-i, dental software for 3D diagnostic imaging

Ez3D-i, dental software for 3D diagnostic imaging

Ewoosoft selected Open Inventor as the core 3D visualization component for the Ez3D-i dental software.

Ez3D-i is a 3D imaging viewer which allows dentists to quickly and accurately diagnose their patients. Its capabilities include 3D visual simulation, 2D image analysis, and various ways of manipulating CT images through a variety o... Read more

Ike Kim, CTO at Ewoosoft

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VirtX/virtusMED Computer-based training system ( Peter L. Reichertz Institute)

VirtX/virtusMED Computer-based training system ( Peter L. Reichertz Institute)

Currently the correct intrasurgical positioning and adjustment of mobile X-ray image intensifiers (C-arm) can be learned theoretically through the use of textbooks, the practical training with the device itself suffers from the lack of visual feedback, i.e. radiographs corresponding to the adjustment of the C-arm.This leads to the question, whether the training of correct operation and adjustment of a C-arm in different operation scenarios can be supported by a C-arm simulation system being p... Read more

Peter L. Reichertz Institute

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FEA post-processing software for tire analysis (Michelin)

FEA post-processing software for tire analysis (Michelin)

Cars, two-wheel vehicles, trucks, construction machinery, tractors, aircraft… Michelin provides innovative solutions for the different operating conditions corresponding to each vehicle. To make this challenge a reality, they develop dedicated tire analysis software solutions. These solutions need to be very interactive and the visualization of 3D nonlinear data must be accurate to validate design solutions. Nowadays, 3D visualization is essential to validate design solutions at all s... Read more

Jacques Charreyron, Michelin

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