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arivis InViewR allows scientists to experience their data in true Virtual Reality. Explore and interact with 3D or 4D datasets by natural movements of the head and body. For the first time, Direct Volume Rendering in combination with Virtual Reality technology allow an immersive interaction with 3D images. Featuring Hand gestures to navigate, create clipping planes or set measurements, we offer a tool to evaluate data and gain new insights to develop creative analysis strategies. 

For more information 
visit: www.arivis.com/inviewr
contact: immersive@arivis.com

This is a 360° video of actual VR rendered sample data to display on your computer or mobile phone

The video shows neurons within a mouse hippocampus, optically cleared in LUMOS clearing agent. Data acquired on a ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1 microscope.

Zeiss Lightsheet Microscopy: http://www.zeiss.com/lightsheet

Image courtesy by Olga Efimova, National Research Center, Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russia