News | April 26, 2013

Fovia, Softneta Bring HDVR to Telemedicine Market

Provide High Definition Volume Rendering via web-based viewer

April 26, 2013 — Fovia Medical Inc. and Softneta UAB are collaborating to deliver high definition volume rendering (HDVR) to the telemedicine market.

Softneta’s MedDream3D Viewer for the telemedicine market integrates Fovia’s cloud-enabled HDVR software, allowing anywhere, anytime image access for both physicians and patients. By instantly connecting geographically dispersed healthcare providers and specialists, telemedicine increases efficiency, lowers costs and improves patient outcomes.

Fovia’s software-only HDVR solution provides the backbone for remote 3-D imaging in telemedicine and teleradiology. Softneta utilizes Fovia’s volumetric ray-casting software to minimize computational costs, maximize quality and performance and ensure essential scalability. With the integration of HDVR into its products, Softneta can provide customers with 3-D embedded into streamlined, internet-accessible workflows.

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